Examples from the Web for serviceability
Under the resulting standard of serviceability, no article will pass muster on the strength of material sufficiency alone.
For, like Bruckner's, they appear chosen with an eye to their serviceability for contrapuntal deformation and dissection.Musical Portraits|Paul Rosenfeld
Except where families preserve all magazines, clippings will add greatly to their serviceability.Civics and Health|William H. Allen
The building operations near the bathhouse destroy the serviceability of the latter for my purpose.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist|Alexander Berkman
Serviceability for these lusory institutions requires sedulous training or breeding.
British Dictionary definitions for serviceability
Word Origin and History for serviceability
"ready to do service," early 14c., from Old French servicable, from servise (see service (n.1)). Related: Serviceability.
Edgar: I know thee well: a serviceable villain,
As duteous to the vices of thy mistress
As badness would desire.
["King Lear," Act IV, Scene vi]