Definition of Destructibility

1. Noun. Vulnerability to destruction.

Generic synonyms: Vulnerability
Attributes: Destructible, Indestructible
Derivative terms: Destructible
Antonyms: Indestructibility



Definition of Destructibility

1. n. The quality of being capable of destruction; destructibleness.

Definition of Destructibility

1. Noun. The condition of being destructible ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Destructibility

1. [n -TIES]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Destructibility

destroyer escort
destroyer escorts
destroyer leader
destroyer leaders
destroyer minesweeper
destroyer minesweepers
destroyers
destroyest
destroyeth
destroyin'
destroying
destroying angel
destroys
destruct
destructed
destructibility (current term)
destructible
destructibleness
destructing
destruction
destruction fire
destruction permit
destructionist
destructionists
destructions
destructive
destructive-metabolic(a)
destructive criticism
destructive distillation
destructive metabolism

Literary usage of Destructibility

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Estates, Future Interests, and Illegal Conditions and Restraints in Illinois by Albert Martin Kales (1920)
"Then the question of the destructibility (by a rule of law defeating intent) of ... As to the application of the rule of destructibility where the future ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on the Law of Perpetuity: Or, Remoteness in Limitations by William David Lewis (1843)
"In regard to the destructibility of these Powers, during Difference, as the life of a tenant for life, ..."

3. A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Harbour Engineering by Brysson Cunningham (1908)
"... Piling therewith—Varieties— Bearing Piles—Sheeting Piles—Materials for Piles—Timber—Varieties—destructibility and Preservation—Metal—Concrete—Reinforced ..."

4. An Elementary View of the Common Law, Uses, Devises, and Trusts: With by William Hayes (1840)
"... of the partion the happening of any event, are contingent remainders. distinguishing quality, common to all contingent remainders, is destructibility ..."

5. A Treatise on the Rules Against Perpetuities, Restraints on Alienation and by Roland Roberts Foulke (1909)
"... contingent remainder in Pennsylvania § 52 Contingent remainders in Pennsylvania § 53 CONTINGENT REMAINDERS: destructibility Preliminary discussion § 54 ..."

6. Household Economics: A Course of Lectures in the School of Economics of the by Helen Campbell (1896)
"... while the Animals Grow Them—Laws of Construction—Use and Beauty—Practical Conditions—destructibility—Relative Value of Materials: Mineral, Vegetable, ..."

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