[ UK /vˌa‍ɪəbˈɪlɪti/ ]
[ US /vaɪəˈbɪɫəti/ ]
  1. (of living things) capable of normal growth and development
  2. capable of being done in a practical and useful way
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How To Use viability In A Sentence

  • Beyond the point of Fetal viability it becomes illegal except in extreme circumstances.
  • Doubts have arisen over the viability of the schedule.
  • Masterful with machinery, he patented several mechanical inventions which had varying degrees of viability.
  • MDA-MB-231 and D3H2LN cell viability was assessed using the MTT-microculture tetrazolium assay PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • A major study to test the viability of reinstating the missing rail link between Manchester and Derby is to start soon.
  • The new scintillating bolometer has performed excellently, proving its viability as a detector in experiments to look for dark matter, and also as a gamma spectrometer a device that measures this type of radiation to monitor background radiation in these experiments", says García Abancéns. A Prototype Detector for Dark Matter in the Milky Way | Universe Today
  • The comparison of newly formed polyploids with their haploid progenitors has revealed that nascent polyploids have a defect in stationary-phase viability.
  • For instance, with their taxes and consumer dollars, all Canadians have borne the costs of maintaining the viability of certain regionally based industries. National Purpose and Future Industrial Development
  • At the same time, the governor's unconventional decision to leave office without completing a term raises questions about the viability of such a run -- and about the state of the GOP field, following revelations of extramarital affairs recently by two other potential contenders. Governor's Move Highlights GOP Divide
  • The quarry firm has claimed that reducing blasts to the level suggested would affect the economic viability of the south-east corner of the quarry, which only has a short lifespan.
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