- able to be survived: Would an atomic war be survivable?
- capable of withstanding attack or countermeasures: a bomber survivable against fighter planes.
Origin of survivable
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Examples from the Web for survivability
There's the survivability to take into account, too, which negates a lot of that vulnerability.American Warplane’s Forgotten Nazi Past
October 12, 2014
“The survivability of airplane crashes keeps getting better,” says a spokesperson for the European transportation authority.Train in Spanish Crash Was Going Way Too Fast
Barbie Latza Nadeau
July 25, 2013
The small number of web surfers currently limits both their outreach and their survivability.After the Rain
Word Origin and History for survivability
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