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Correct spellings for NAVIGATABLE
- inevitably It seemed odd, even to the egoism of his youth, that she should have had so great a share in the pattern of his life at one time only to go out of it so inevitably.
- navigable It was the Flank buoy of the Mozewater navigable channel.
- navigate The Defiance had been the last vessel to navigate Basse Terre's narrow channel of reefs before the quick Caribbean dusk descended.
- navigational Have you taken any of the radio navigational equipment apart, yet?
- navigator It is said, however, that a great navigator, named Nordenskiold, wishes to make another attempt, after he has prepared himself by first exploring portions of this polar sea.
- notable This "Atlanta Compromise" is by all odds the most notable thing in Mr. Washington's career.
- unavoidable I think the sum of all wise living is to be merry as often as one can, and sad as seldom as one can, and never to fret over what is unavoidable, or to be pensive over what is past, but to be wise for the time.
- vegetable For two years they never left the house or unlocked the door; but one day, when they had washed their clothes, and were spreading them out on the roof to dry, the girls looked down into the street where people were walking to and fro, and across to the market, with its stalls of fresh meat, vegetable, and other nice things.
- Navigated He also realized that the Lodorians had, in some way, devised a craft that rode the great magnetic streams which flowed through the universe in much the same way that men, in ships, navigated the streams of the earth.
- Navigating An ordinary vessel equipped for navigating tropical waters might hesitate before deciding upon such a course, but with a vessel like the 'Alaska' fitted out especially for polar navigation, we need not hesitate.
- navigators As they are now, they were more than three hundred and fifty years ago when the first European navigators visited these islands.
- competitive advantage