(of living things) capable of normal growth and development
capable of being done in a practical and useful way
the property of being viable; the ability to live or to succeed
Origin: viable + -ity
the quality or state of being viable
the capacity of living after birth
the capacity of living, or being distributed, over wide geographical limits; as, the viability of a species
The numerical value of viability in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of viability in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
There was no viability study done, or known of, to assess the viability of the project.
I am not worried at all about Swiss banking, about its long term viability, growth and ability to ride through this storm.
Intimate relationships cannot substitute for a life plan. But to have any meaning or viability at all, a life plan must include intimate relationships.
When you look at the economic viability of [Keystone], which is we are putting our environment at risk to ship dirty oil, the benefits would go to another country because it is all going to be exported. It makes no sense.
We live in oppressive times. We have, as a nation, become our own thought police; but instead of calling the process by which we limit our expression of dissent and wonder censorship, we call it concern for commercial viability.
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