Spelling list: More words with the suffix -ible

-ible is another way of spelling this suffix.

translate:
accessible The spelling course was very accessible.
admissible His excuse for leaving class was admissible.
collapsible They took collapsible chairs on the camping trip.
compatible Are you sure their personalities are compatible?
convertible I drove a convertible during the summer vacation.
credible His plan to evade capture seemed credible.
defensible The design of the castle made it defensible.
destructible China plates are destructible.
digestible Greasy food is not very digestible.
divisible Six is divisible by three.
eligible
forcible Matthew opened the door in a forcible manner. *
gullible Jack believed everything he was gullible. *
incredible The special effects are incredible.
invincible The hero was invincible. *
permissible Is it permissible to park here?
plausible His excuse didn't sound plausible.
possible Ambiguity is a word or phrase which has more than one possible meaning. *
responsible Who's responsible for this mess?
reversible My coat is reversible I can wear it inside out. *

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Learn about these words in Unit 27. Word endings: -able, -ible

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