A measure of the extent to which something is survivable (noun)
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Use "survivability" in a sentence
"What we see is what we call survivability moves, not major repositioning of a strategy on the battle field."
"In this scenario, which we call the new grief, children and their families must learn to live with things like the pernicious side effects of treatment, as well as a degree of uncertainty about the loved one's long-term survivability."
"I didn't see the actual text of the memo anywhere, so the single statement about calling into question the survivability is probably taken out of context of the larger memo."