[ US /məˌnuvɝəˈbɪɫɪti, məˌnuvɹəˈbɪɫɪti/ ]
  1. the quality of being maneuverable
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How To Use maneuverability In A Sentence

  • With increasing requirements for ship manoeuvrability, marine propulsion motor is required to transform operating mode rapidly.
  • The vessel's shallow draft and water jet propulsion give it tremendous flexibility and maneuverability over conventional ship forms.
  • The 500C is a pure metropolitan runabout, so its pleasures are centered on its capering nimbleness and maneuverability, not to mention ease of parking. The Fiat 500C Can't Fail
  • Also, he would like to clear the back rank before he castles to give his Rooks greater maneuverability.
  • Ping An wouldn't comment on the NSSF issue, but a spokeswoman said it opted for a private placement after doing "lots of research on laws and regulations," and considering the issue of "maneuverability. Behind Ping An's Odd Deal
  • The ships were known for their incredible swiftness and maneuverability.
  • In addition, the wings of the greater noctule - designed for speed - lack the maneuverability that would be required for hunting a bird in a confined nesting space.
  • ‘The combination of artics and excavators can get into confined areas you could never get into with a scraper - places where you need a lot of maneuverability,’ explains Casten.
  • Not even a part of the smallest steel filing from a master sword smith's forge - ah, no! Money was merely the sere gateway to power, and power, well, all that was good for was manoeuvrability. The Ninja
  • ‘The alula is essential in modern birds for low-speed flight and maneuverability,’ they wrote.
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