OTHER WORDS FROM walkablewalk·a·bil·i·ty, noun
Words nearby walkable
How to use walkable in a sentence
Both areas are walkable, art-filled neighborhoods with lots of fun bars, restaurants, and shops.Bump This State to the Top of Your Post-Pandemic Wishlist|Cassandra Brooklyn|August 26, 2021|The Daily Beast
Built in 1916, the Historic Anchorage is on the National Register of Historic Places and lies in the heart of the city’s walkable downtown.
If so, looking for more walkable neighborhoods closer to a larger metropolitan area might be important for you.
India Street was transformed into even more of a walkable plaza experience.Outdoor Dining Structures Don’t Have to Come Down Yet After All|Scott Lewis|July 13, 2021|Voice of San Diego
The oceanside community is home to more than 10 kosher restaurants, six synagogues and a kosher grocery store all within a few walkable blocks.Surfside’s Jewish community grows closer after tower collapse: ‘It’s three degrees of separation’|Laura Reiley, Brittany Shammas|June 30, 2021|Washington Post
Our suburbs are being transformed bit by bit into more walkable, denser mixed-use places.Did I Abandon My Creative Class Theory? Not So Fast, Joel Kotkin|Richard Florida|March 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But I live in a lovely rowhouse in a walkable urban neighborhood.
Lady Hesketh is our good angel, by whose aid we are enabled to pass into a better air and a more walkable country.The Works of William Cowper|William Cowper