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destructibility

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality of being capable of destruction.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The quality of being capable of destruction; destructibleness.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The condition of being destructible

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

  • noun vulnerability to destruction

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Instead, it's a reverence for the power of nature--its beauty as well as its destructibility.

    Amy Chavez: Japan's Sea Whisperers

  • A lot of games claim full destructibility of environments, but Red Faction actually has it – everything can be turned to rubble, even the bridge that's needed to advance to the next part of the level.

    Red Faction: Armageddon – game review

  • Instead, it's a reverence for the power of nature--its beauty as well as its destructibility.

    Amy Chavez: Japan's Sea Whisperers

  • A lot of games claim full destructibility of environments, but Red Faction actually has it – everything can be turned to rubble, even the bridge that's needed to advance to the next part of the level.

    Red Faction: Armageddon – game review

  • We've gotten good at making environments believable and reactive to the player's input high-res art, physics simulation, fire propagation, destructibility, etc. but people are just that much more complex.

    Being There

  • On the one hand, this eserine action provided a means of revealing the minimal quantities of Ac.Ch. being released by nerve stimulation which would otherwise, because of their rapid destructibility, have remained undisclosed.

    Otto Loewi - Nobel Lecture

  • The vagus substance behaves identically with Ac.Ch. not only in regard to its reaction to atropine, and to its destructibility with esterase but also concerning all other characteristics.

    Otto Loewi - Nobel Lecture

  • It was characterized by its effect upon the heart which was similar to that of adrenaline, through the neutralizing of this effect by ergotaminization and also by its destructibility through fluorescent light.

    Otto Loewi - Nobel Lecture

  • The last two findings were confirmed by Chang and Gaddum. 26 As Ac.Ch. is not present in the blood, it cannot diffuse from there, and neither, on account of its ready destructibility, could it diffuse from elsewhere in the nerves and ganglia.

    Otto Loewi - Nobel Lecture

  • This reasoning would force the destructibility of Matter upon us: “the body is dissolved; then the Matter is dissolved.”

    The Six Enneads.

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