Meaning of attainability in English:

attainability

Pronunciation /əteɪnəˈbɪlɪti/

noun

See attainable

‘The degree to which higher education is emphasized is relative to its attainability and usefulness.’
  • ‘They still believe in the attainability of an ideal world.’
  • ‘Russell sets out to expose simplistic and overly optimistic views about the attainability of truth and rationality and he demonstrates effectively the need for caution.’
  • ‘This important psychological insight tells us that something which is completely beyond attainability cannot become an object of desire.’
  • ‘The court does not have to enter upon the attainability of that purpose.’