- passable ► ADJECTIVE 1) acceptable, but not outstanding. 2) able to be travelled along or on.DERIVATIVES passably adverb.
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Passably — Pass a*bly, adv. Tolerably; moderately. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
passably — index fairly (moderately) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
passably — [pasə blē] adv. 1. well enough; acceptably 2. moderately; somewhat … English World dictionary
passably — /pas euh blee, pah seuh /, adv. fairly; moderately: a passably good novel. [1600 10; PASSABLE + LY] * * * … Universalium
passably — pass|a|bly [ˈpa:səbli US ˈpæs ] adv in a way that is fairly good, but not excellent ▪ There were one or two passably funny jokes but it was mostly dull … Dictionary of contemporary English
passably — adverb see passable … New Collegiate Dictionary
passably — adverb In a passable fashion, moderately; adequately … Wiktionary
passably — pÃ¦sÉ™blÉª / pÉ‘Ës adv. in a reasonable manner, satisfactorily, acceptably … English contemporary dictionary
passably — adv fairly, moderately, tolerably, mildly; rather, somewhat, pretty much, appreciably; relatively, partly, partially, comparatively; to a certain degree or extent, to some degree, to a degree; in a way, in a manner of speaking, after a fashion;… … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder
passably — pass·ably … English syllables