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Definition of "destroyable" [de•stroy•a•ble]

  • Able to be destroyed. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "destroyable" in a sentence
  • "Then as now, the United States was the wealthiest and most militarily advanced nation in the world, and its air power, it would seem, was more than capable of overcoming North Vietnam's defenses; North Vietnam's limited industrial, communication, and transportation infrastructures ought to be easily destroyable from the air; destroying them would quickly reduce an already desperately poor nation to a terrible state; the United States sought to persuade North Vietnam only to cease its aggression, not to surrender unconditionally; ergo, North Vietnam would do the rational thing: choose a limited loss over ruination, and accept peace."
  • "Just the fact that teachers are humans and that family is the first kernel around a child make me say that dreams are not so easily destroyed or destroyable."
  • "One can invest in-game currency into "implants" to enhance attributes, but these are limited in impact, destroyable in combat, and the best ones are uncommon."
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