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  • n. The state or property of being breakable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. the quality of being easily damaged or destroyed.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. quality of being easily damaged or destroyed

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Examples

  • Ross Dalton, president of leading lottery game producer Gtech Printing, told WIRED that "breakability" is a main concern and that they're "always looking at new methods of encryption and protection."

    Gizmodo

  • For those concerned about the breakability and weight of glass, I'm a big fan of Preserve's products, which are made entirely from recycled No. 5 (polypropylene) plastics like yogurt cups.

    Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: How To Ditch Disposable Food Storage

  • The dishes clattered loudly as she stacked them in the sink with an impatient disregard for their breakability.

    Fox Fire Light

  • When Richard Järvinen joined Nokia China as a senior manager in 2004, it was for a specific reason: The famous non-breakability of Nokia products suddenly mattered less than the software within the phone.

    Scand News for S.E.A - Scandinavian News Portal for Southeast Asia

  • I am also drawn to the metaphors of containment, breakability and vulnerability inherent in bottles, and their connotations to drinking and nightlife.

    theithacajournal.com -

  • I think it may be shown that it was intended from the beginning to occupy the space of democratic politics, denying access to it to anyone who was not an apparatchik (and by the way, God be praised for the fractiousness and breakability of Italian parties, which has saved us from the dreadful destiny of two - or three-party rule).

    The Editrix' Roncesvalles

  • That meant a payload of less than 4 pounds in this case, it was a pound and a half, specific density restrictions and an extremely high degree of breakability in case the balloon or capsule came into contact with an aircraft.

    NYT > Home Page

  • I understand that data source controls are RAD tools and avoid a lot of code but I am concerned with the breakability of such controls.

    ASP.NET Forums

  • A new razed car insurance new congo gywn is breakability the rathskeller sculpin westside on its shrewishness in a way that frisian fans and tellus drainplug can colchicine.

    Rational Review

  • I don't think I've missed any of you but that's the kind of thing that keeps me awake at night! official Sluggy Freelance Store to create this Café Press store for specifically those products Kim doesn't want to deal with mainly because of the breakability-in-shipping factor, like mugs and stuff!

    The Web Comic List - Latest Webcomics

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