Definition of unviability in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌvīəˈbilitē/


See unviable

‘By 1995, the fleet's unviability was unmistakable.’
  • ‘Our bona fide demand for a special railway zone was rejected citing financial unviability.’
  • ‘The appellant states that the unviability of these proposals demonstrates the lack of need for such facilities in this area, and that there is now no requirement for a community use on the land which has been vacant for several years.’
  • ‘Matthew's narration sets up a series of images to convey the relationship between the individual and the cartographic activity that delimits fields of social viability and unviability.’
  • ‘The inability of the political establishment in Colombo to find a way out of the present impasse was not just an acute crisis of bourgeois rule but reflected the unviability of the nation state system itself.’