There comes therefore the Statesman who acknowledges to himself that he will be pregnable.
"The Duke's Children" by Anthony Trollope
Any mesh coarser than cheese-cloth will prove pregnable to the most enterprising of the smaller species.
"The Forest" by Stewart Edward White
But there are pregnable points between them.
"The Last Shot" by Frederick Palmer
She sought, feverishly, for some pregnable point of attack.
"The Green Eyes of Bâst" by Sax Rohmer
The Duc de Crillon is sanguine; he told me, that in his opinion, Gibraltar was far more pregnable than Mahon.
"The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution, Vol. VIII" by Various
From the reports of his spies regarding Bergerac, he thought the place was pregnable.
"The History of Chivalry, Volume II (of 2)" by Charles Mills