- navicular abdomen,
- navicular fossa of urethra,
- navicular fossa of vestibule of vagina,
- navigable semicircle,
- navigation act,
- navigation acts
Origin of navigable
Examples from the Web for navigable
This one literally takes up four corners on Rue Sherbrooke, all navigable via underground routes.
None of the rivers is navigable, and the roads are in general indifferent and insufficient.
A site was to be selected on an island in a navigable river, marshy or heavily wooded ground to be avoided.The Colonization of North America|Herbert Eugene Bolton
His lands are on navigable water, communicating with the Delaware, and but about 16 miles from this city.Memoirs of Benjamin Franklin; Written by Himself, Volume II (of 2)|Benjamin Franklin
It flows through a large portion of the province of Pangasinan, and was navigable for a great distance in its wanderings.A Visit to the Philippine Islands|John Bowring
He had very clear conceptions of what would be the great advantages of steamboats on the navigable rivers of the United States.Inventors|Philip Gengembre Hubert
mid-15c., from Old French navigable (14c.) or directly from Latin navigabilis, from navigat-, past participle stem of navigare (see navigation). Related: Navigability.