verb (used with object), for·gave, for·giv·en, for·giv·ing.
verb (used without object), for·gave, for·giv·en, for·giv·ing.
Examples from the Web for forgivable
If all this were the setup for a coming-of-age story in which Important Lessons Are Learned, it would be forgivable.
Instead Mr. Emanuel uttered his indefensible but forgivable remark, and Ms. Palin called for him to be fired.
"Sipping here and there," and a forgivable vanity lightened Warren's face.The Voice on the Wire|Eustace Hale Ball
Ireland is peculiarly rich in these forgivable vagaries about birds.