fathomable


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  • adj

Synonyms for fathomable

capable of being readily understood

Synonyms for fathomable

(of depth) capable of being sounded or measured for depth

(of meaning) capable of being penetrated or comprehended

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Every week Mark will attempt to throw the most outrageous functions fathomable, from US frat parties to Harlem block bashes.
Is it possible or even fathomable that generations later, we their children, are less aware or mindful?
Over the past two season Messi has reached the barely fathomable figure of 123 goals, whilst Cesc Fabregas comes closest with just 28.
There is obviously no age at which it is ever fathomable, manageable or even remotely OK to have cancer, but I suppose the older you are, the more coping strategies you have garnered.
But no, Rosina is enamored of tenor Rene Barbera's shy, filtering Count Alamaviva, an attraction not immediately fathomable.
It is barely fathomable to think that none of the computing power surrounding us today was around when he was born.
What this means for policy toward Iran was not fathomable.
Although the book is highly fascinating in its detail appeal in utopian form, specifically for the devout peace loving Christians, it lacks a detailed plan involving a series of fathomable and realizable steps toward a peace plan involving multinational and multiethnic dynamics.
ENGLAND were relieved to emerge from a "nerve-wracking" and barely fathomable first day of the final Test with the edge over Pakistan.
Steady Strauss gives England the edge ENGLAND were relieved to emerge from a "nerve-wracking" and barely fathomable first day of the final Test with the edge over Pakistan.
ENGLAND were relieved to emerge from a "nerve-racking" and barely fathomable first day of the final Test with the edge over Pakistan.
ENGLAND were relieved to emerge from a "nervewracking" and barely fathomable first day of the final Test with the edge over Pakistan.
inscribe itself into some fathomable context, and even, if you'd