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climb +‎ -able


climbable (comparative more climbable, superlative most climbable)

  1. able to be climbed
    • 1934, George Orwell, chapter 14, in Burmese Days[1]:
      The sound of 'Shoot! Shoot!' got farther away—they were skipping for the nearest climbable trees.
    • 2015, Turtle Bunbury, "Beyond the blarney: the best hidden gems in Ireland" in The Guardian, Travel, 16 March, 2015, [2]
      Dursey Island is a walkers’ paradise, celebrated for its nesting colonies of seabirds, the eminently climbable Cnoc Bólais hill and a signal tower built over 200 years ago to keep watch for Napoleon’s fleet.