Definition of thinkable in English:

thinkable

adjective

  • Able to be thought of or imagined; conceivable.

    ‘something that was barely thinkable just 70 years ago’
    • ‘Striving in a law-bound, seemingly rational universe made success more thinkable, possibly more doable.’
    • ‘To the same situation different modes of reacting are thinkable and feasible.’
    • ‘After the abolition of slavery in the 19th century, it becomes thinkable that the relics of domination will be abolished in the 21st and 22nd centuries.’
    • ‘I hope it will pass, but in that political climate - in a climate that makes that even thinkable - the possible application of this act is quite terrifying.’
    • ‘Such a course would never be acceptable, or even thinkable, if undertaken by a single nation.’
    conceivable, feasible, reasonable, acceptable, imaginable, possible, within the bounds of possibility
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Pronunciation

thinkable

/ˈθɪŋkəb(ə)l//ˈTHiNGkəb(ə)l/