One way of measuring the durability of an airplane is to check how many of those built are still flying.
Last year he proved that he still has electric ability, but his inconsistency and durability concerns are worse than ever.
The most important aspects have yet to be decided on, like the material, which will have to undergo a series of durability tests.
Long into the future, the printed book will continue to survive because of its portability, durability, and flexibility.
durability is every bit up for grabs when an old memory is reactivated as when a new one is first on the brink of being formed.
Frederick had deceived his subjects just as he had deceived himself regarding the durability of his work.
Economy and durability are, perhaps, the main considerations.
And as to durability, let the cloak of Kalaalaneo, now several centuries old, attest.
It possesses a high degree of durability if properly constructed.
They are certainly bold and splendid in design, beautiful in colouring, and of great strength and durability.
late 14c., from Old French durabilité, from Late Latin durabilitatem (nominative durabilitas), noun of quality from Latin durabilis (see durable).