Definition of "reversibility" [re•vers•i•bil•i•ty]

  • The property of being reversible. (noun)

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Use "reversibility" in a sentence
  • "Russell said that this second principle has been called "reversibility" - a caretaker prime minister, as Harper will be during the election campaign, can't do anything that will tie the hands of a possible successor."
  • "RISUG is very promising, but long-term reversibility rates in humans are still unknown.16"
  • "In hindsight, these factors are the root causes for the fragility and reversibility of the progress."