Definition of edibility in English:



See edible

‘The edibility of a planet's plant life is one of the factors of habitability.’
  • ‘The approach that a conservator takes depends on whether the artist judges it more important to preserve the work's appearance or remain true to chocolate's basic edibility.’
  • ‘Although fruit color is sometimes a conspicuous signal of edibility, I found no overall correlation between chromatic signals and sugar content.’
  • ‘The blue color does not affect the taste or edibility of the product.’
  • ‘Kale has thick leaves and is a slow cooker, taking twice the amount of time as chard to reach edibility.’



/ˌedəˈbilədē/ /ˌɛdəˈbɪlədi/