Viable

capable of growing or developing.
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viable

Living, able to germinate or grow.
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Viable

Able to live; of spores, able to germinate.
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viable

[Adjective] Able to succeed (a scheme), or to continue to exist (a business).
Example: The company is no longer financially viable.
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viable

[adj] - capable of life or normal growth and development
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viable

The term 'viable' describes a baby who is considered capable of living.
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Viable

Viable: Capable of life. For example, a viable premature baby is one who is able to survive outside the womb.
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Viable

Vi'a·ble adjective [ French, from vie life, Latin vita . See Vital .] (Law) Capable of living; born alive and with such form and development of organs as to be capable of living; -- said of a newborn, or a prematurely born, infant. » Unless he [ an infant] is born
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viable

Alive, able to reproduce. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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viable

adjective capable of life or normal growth and development; `viable seeds`; `a viable fetus`
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viable

(vi´ә-bәl) able to maintain an independent existence; able to live after birth.
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Viable

• (a.) Capable of living; born alive and with such form and development of organs as to be capable of living; -- said of a newborn, or a prematurely born, infant.
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viable

viable 1. Capable of life; for example, a viable premature baby is one who is able to survive outside the womb. 2. Able to maintain an independent existence or able to live after birth. 3. Capable of success, or continuing effectiveness; practicable; such as, a viable plan or a viable national economy. Viable was originally restricted to the sen
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viable

Type: Term Pronunciation: vī′ă-bĕl Definitions: 1. Capable of living; denoting a fetus sufficiently developed to live outside of the uterus.
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Viable

A baby mature enough to survive outside the womb
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Viable

Capable of life. For example, a viable premature baby is one who is able to survive outside the womb.
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Viable

Synonym
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Viable

The ability of a seed to germinate, which diminishes with age.
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Viable

Capable of growing.
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viable

Alive and able to germinate, as of seeds.
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