noun

  • See navigable

    • ‘Water depth has no bearing on statutory navigability.’
    • ‘Overall, design and navigability are improving, and a more consistent approach between sites is emerging.’
    • ‘However, this bridge was the limit of navigability of the river, which is why it is the furthest upstream that you find the remnants of docks.’
    • ‘India cites fishing activity in the creek as evidence of its navigability.’
    • ‘Hyperlink navigability refers to a specific function that leads an Internet user to other Web sites via hyperlinks.’
    • ‘Comments concerning the software's navigability and graphics were mostly favorable.’

Pronunciation

navigability

/ˌnævəɡəˈbɪlədi//ˌnavəɡəˈbilədē/