English words and Examples of Usage

use "viable" in a sentence

It was a matter of viable intelligence being spun for political purposes.

I always encourage first-timers to build the MVP (Minimum viable product).

And the Wizards receive a viable, veteran backup who has had a down season.

Hydrogen fueling stations are needed to make the technology a viable option.

"It makes it viable for people to want to continue to try to make this industry.

Gardner framed Rubio as the most viable and electable general-election candidate.

The NDP is committed to get a viable commercial cod fishery once again operating."

But it's only really a viable material if spiders can be removed from the equation.

I never figured that a photography book would be viable, except in certain circles.

“Despite an exhaustive search, Waterside Park remained the only viable site in Kent.

In their telling, he is honest, principled and, yes, viable in the general election.

Instead, slabs are surrounded by scrubland, without viable public space or coherence.

And if so, would it be enough to serve as a viable alternative to the illicit market?

To be viable, such a coalition may even need support from one of the Catalan parties.

Certainly the hope is that he would be a viable member of that rotation, Cashman said.

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