Meaning of fathomable in English:


Pronunciation /ˈfaðəməbl/


See fathom

‘It was her view that you couldn't fathom policy until the policymakers were made fathomable.’
  • ‘Such developments may initially be unusable, only fathomable to geeks.’
  • ‘Less fathomable are his attempts to justify his growing disenchantment with the job.’
  • ‘Yes, I'm nervous without a fathomable clue as to what I'm actually supposed to be doing here.’
  • ‘You actually thought we'd send her in without a fathomable clue to get her out?’