salvageable

[ UK /sˈælvɪd‍ʒəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈsæɫvɪdʒəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being saved from ruin
    their marriage was not salvageable
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How To Use salvageable In A Sentence

  • Fuel and tankers became so scarce in the spring of 1942 that oil was scavenged from the unsalvageable battleships still resting on the bottom of Battleship Row.
  • The ship was extensively damaged and deemed unsalvageable.
  • Most of the lighting, the heating, cooling, and sound system in the theatre are most likely unsalvageable.
  • If the tube is salvageable cut one of the patches to the size required and lightly roughen the area where the patch is to be installed with a bit of sand paper.
  • The harbourmaster assessed the wreck, which was extensively holed, as unsalvageable.
  • The fire was quickly extinguished, but the motorcycle was reduced to a smoking, unsalvageable cinder.
  • Other sites are practically unsalvageable. Canada.com
  • Though, with a better production team, it's not an unsalvageable operation. The Sun
  • Two drops of java on his shirt is enough to make the day unsalvageable.
  • I've bruised my left wrist and my knees are grazed, the mash potatoes are barely salvageable, the pan has lost it's handle and is now a strange oval shape.
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