Meaning of destructibility in English:


Pronunciation /dɪstrʌktɪˈbɪlɪti/


See destructible

‘The difference between destructibility and indestructibility is something which is very fine, which is very small.’
  • ‘If it is characterized by destructibility, then it ought to be like a cow hide [for instance].’
  • ‘For use in these applications, marking films are required to have suitable destructibility whereby a break occurring in one part does not extend to the surrounding other part.’
  • ‘In our study, qualities of the wrapping paper, in comparison to the Kong Toys such as its greater destructibility and alterability seemed to contribute to its value as an enrichment item.’
  • ‘With two huge areas to explore (Chicago and Hong Kong), the interactions will be infinite with each level offering massive amounts of destructibility.’