wadable

[wey-duh-buhl]
adjective
that can be waded: a wadable stream.
Also, wadeable.


Origin:
1605–15; wade + -able

unwadable, adjective
unwadeable, adjective
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wade (weɪd)
 
vb (often foll by through)
1.  to walk with the feet immersed in (water, a stream, etc): the girls waded the river at the ford
2.  to proceed with difficulty: to wade through a book
3.  (intr; foll by in or into) to attack energetically
 
n
4.  the act or an instance of wading
 
[Old English wadan; related to Old Frisian wada, Old High German watan, Old Norse vatha, Latin vadumford]
 
'wadable
 
adj
 
'wadeable
 
adj

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Example sentences
These will be different for wadable and bridge sites.
In some spots the river is wadable, and in other areas bank fishing is the rule.
Many areas of the river are wadable and an evening wet wading trip is an
  enjoyable way to cool off at the end of the day.
In wadable river sections, the instrument can be held steady and the
  measurement location can be easily identified.
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