A suffix that forms adjectives. The suffix -ible has related meanings; expressing ability, capacity, fitness; capable of, fit for, able to be done, can be done, inclined to, tending to, given to.
This list is only a small sample of the thousands of -able words that exist in English.
1. Impossible to imagine.
2. Totally unlikely: impossible, inconceivable, out of the question.
1. Impossible to discredit or to challenge.
2. So good as to be beyond reproach.
3. Completely acceptable; not open to exception or to reproach.
4. Free of guilt; not subject to blame.
Not capable of improvement, melioration, or advancement to a better condition.
1. Impossible to excuse, to pardon, or to justify; not justifiable.
2. Incapable of being justified or explained.
, more unmarketable, most unmarketable
Referring to something which is not suitable or fit for sale: All the flowers in the shop were either dying or totally wilted, and so they were unmarketable and couldn't be purchased by the customers.
, more unmitigable, most unmitigable
Incapable of being mitigated: Mark scolded his child with stern and unmitigable accusations of doing wrong things.
unpalatable, unpalatability, unpalatably
1. Not pleasant, agreeable, or acceptable to the taste or mind; for example, "We had an unpalatable meal at that restaurant."
2. Not tasting good: having an unpleasant taste.
3. Disagreeable or unacceptable; obnoxious: "I can not tolerate his unpalatable behavior."
, more unpalliable, most unpalliable
A reference to being incapable of being mitigated, made easier, or relieving.
1. Services without payment: "They served in an unpayable volunteer fire department."
3. Engaged in as a pastime and so not payable; such as, an amateur painter which was unpayable.
3. Incapable of getting payment: "The bill was unpayable because we couldn't find the person who bought the dress."
1. Not suitable for drinking.
2. Not safe for, or not fit for, drinking.
, more unpredictable, most unpredictable
A reference to anything that is impossible to prepare for in advance or to know before it happens: "Examples of things that are too difficult to foretell or to foresee include: unpredictable test results, unpredictable weather, or unpredictable behavior."