Definition of fordable in US English:

fordable

adjective

  • See ford

    • ‘The rivers, though generally fordable in places, afforded the Russian defenses a great advantage by channeling the German advances into more predictable routes.’
    • ‘In favourable seasons it is fordable during the rains; but as a rule bamboo rafts, supported on earthen vessels, are used for crossing.’
    • ‘As a defensive structure it would have been continuous, as the river is easily fordable.’
    • ‘He did not bother to see that the river was fordable in many places.’
    • ‘Before establishing control in Britain, the Romans probably forded the Thames in the area of modern-day Westminster, as this was the lowest fordable point in the river.’

Pronunciation

fordable

/ˈfôrdəb(ə)l//ˈfɔrdəb(ə)l/