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synonyms for destructible

  • decaying
  • decomposable
  • easily spoiled
  • short-lived
  • unstable
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antonyms for destructible

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  • continuation
  • endurance
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How to use destructible in a sentence

Not only does that make the card less destructible and easier to carry, it also serves a certain psychological function, giving it the feel of just one more card in the stack we already carry.
THE CURRENT COVID-19 VACCINE CARD IS TERRIBLE. WE ASKED PROFESSIONAL DESIGNERS TO CREATE A BETTER VERSIONJEFFREY KLUGERAUGUST 26, 2021TIME
Those surfaces were neither so steep as to be destructible by weather, nor so flat as to be the victims of floods and deposits.
RETURN OF THE NATIVETHOMAS HARDY
Nitrates and phosphoric acid that lie in the topmost stratum of the soil are among the destructible instruments of agriculture.
ESSENTIALS OF ECONOMIC THEORYJOHN BATES CLARK
Subsistence cannot possibly run short, for the inherent powers of the soil are not permanently destructible.
CONTEMPORARY SOCIALISMJOHN RAE
Of course, no trace of ancient magnificence, if anywise destructible, can be left in the interior.
PASSAGES FROM THE ENGLISH NOTEBOOKS, VOLUME 2NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
It is this complete combination, together with the absence of any destructible matter, which gives the enamel its lasting quality.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 9, SLICE 3VARIOUS
Is it likely, they ask, that the Spirits would choose so destructible a home for their earthly habitation?
INDO-CHINA AND ITS PRIMITIVE PEOPLEHENRY BAUDESSON
The Æquians, who inhabited small and easily destructible towns, must have been annihilated during the progress of the Gauls.
THE GREAT EVENTS BY FAMOUS HISTORIANS, VOL. 2VARIOUS
A shred of goldleaf on his open hand, pliant, but fugitive at a breath, and destructible in a moment of adversity.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 2COMPTON MACKENZIE
All these substances agree in one character, that of being more or less soft and destructible.
MODERN PAINTERS, VOLUME IV (OF V)JOHN RUSKIN
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO DESTRUCTIBLE

  • decaying
  • decomposable
  • destructible
  • easily spoiled
  • short-lived
  • unstable
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.