presentable

[pri-zen-tuh-buhl]
adjective
1.
that may be presented.
2.
suitable or socially acceptable in appearance, dress, manners, etc., as for being introduced into society: a presentable young man.
3.
of sufficiently good, clothed, or clean appearance; fit to be seen: Are you presentable now?

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English; see present2, -able

presentability, presentableness, noun
presentably, adverb
nonpresentability, noun
nonpresentable, adjective
nonpresentableness, noun
nonpresentably, adverb
unpresentable, adjective
unpresentableness, noun
unpresentably, adverb


2. becoming, proper, acceptable.
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presentable (prɪˈzɛntəbəl)
 
adj
1.  fit to be presented or introduced to other people
2.  fit to be displayed or offered
 
pre'sentableness
 
n
 
presenta'bility
 
n
 
pre'sentably
 
adv

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Example sentences
We are in the middle of a discussion based on presentable facts and evidence.
The game's environments, although limited, were more than presentable.
Some of the linen-wrapped cats still looked presentable, and a few even had
  gilded faces.
And wear a shirt underneath that is presentable in case it gets beastly hot and
  you want to unbutton your jacket.
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