Most of the clips online that show Corden singing are tongue-in-cheek, though his voice does come off as serviceable.
The Soviet Union had a serviceable ideology, communism, which appealed to people all over the world.
As a means of fixing the fundamental problem of adapting Gatsby, the conceit does a serviceable job of correcting a deficit.
And, finally, she looked about for serviceable acquaintances.
Holloway had hitherto been a serviceable tool of the government.
With a short length of old hose, a serviceable lawn sprinkler can be quickly and easily made.
He was good at a dinner-table, serviceable with a gun, and always happy on horseback.
serviceable hacks, warranted to work a lifetime, could not be expected to be ornamental as well as useful.
I don't know why I should always be selected to be serviceable.
The room was not large; it couldnt be very big on a starship, but it was serviceable.
"ready to do service," early 14c., from Old French servicable, from servise (see service (n.1)). Related: Serviceability.
Edgar: I know thee well: a serviceable villain,
As duteous to the vices of thy mistress
As badness would desire.
["King Lear," Act IV, Scene vi]