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noun as in feasibility

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City officials have said the deals Shapery presented simply weren’t workable – and were too costly.

That’s a worst-case scenario and the last thing we want to have happen—especially when there is a way forward to a workable Code that allows us to support Australian journalism without breaking Search.

This workable solution would see Google pay publishers through News Showcase, a licensing program with nearly 450 news partners globally.

I’ve made hot drinks over both models, and each of them is workable.

While those considerations are daunting, I suspect that manufacturers and the FDA could create workable responses.

It could be put back into such workability as it had once possessed with practically no trouble.

Mankind has gone into these experiments hopefully, trustingly, blindly, without any guarantee of their workability.

Opinions vary as to the workability of this clause in the shape in which it left the Lords.

Reality was a jungle in which Reason had to cope with Unreason, and there was no criterion except workability.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to workability, such as: usefulness, expediency, feasibleness, and utility.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.