1. capability of being defended
    client complaints create a felt need for the defensibility of individual actions
    they built their castles with an eye to their defensibility
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How To Use defensibility In A Sentence

  • His work with the EMAP focused on program policy formulation, information management issues, and strengthening the scientific-defensibility, reliability and credibility of all EMAP activities and products. Contributor: Sidney Draggan
  • The second is that they care about the moral defensibility of our lives, and practices. Matthew Yglesias » Human Achievement Hour
  • Secondly, the argument about the indefensibility of the 1967 borders completely ignores the conventional military and nuclear superiority of Israel. The 1967 Border Issue Is Nothing New
  • The continued refusal of Congress to routinely make available much of the work of the Congressional Research Service, a $100 million-a-year arm of the Library of Congress, is approaching the regions of indefensibility.
  • DE KLERK: The aspect of the moral indefensibility, the wrongness of it, because it failed to bring justice, was the driving force for me and I think the driving force for the majority of the people in my party. CNN Transcript Nov 23, 2003
  • Each of those attacks the defensibility of the exercise of the discretion in the circumstances of this case.
  • they built their castles with an eye to their defensibility
  • The question of defensibility is one of the toughest for an entrepreneur to answer. Marty Zwilling: Every Startup Needs a Reality Check Now and Then
  • Legal defensibility of the tests is also an important component.
  • The opening briefs in the case are due next month, and the indefensibility of the program was recently revealed by the government in a sworn deposition.
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