Can You Use This Word Today

Dated: 10/03/2019

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Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, late 16th century
Capable of being controlled or directed
Examples of Dirigible in a sentence  "Sure, your new aircraft invention is fast, but it's not dirigible; you can't steer it in the direction you want to travel."  "Shauna piloted the dirigible blimp away from the building's spire, narrowly avoiding disaster."

Can you use this word in your daily conversation today??

Tricia Glover, Realtor

The Glover Team, Inc.


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