supportable

[suh-pawr-tuh-buhl, -pohr-]
adjective
capable of being supported; endurable; maintainable.

Origin:
1525–35; support + -able

supportability, noun
nonsupportability, noun
nonsupportable, adjective
nonsupportableness, noun
nonsupportably, adverb
unsupportable, adjective
unsupportableness, noun
unsupportably, adverb
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supportable (səˈpɔːtəbəl)
 
adj
able to be supported or endured; bearable
 
supportability
 
n
 
supportableness
 
n
 
supportably
 
adv

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Example sentences
The parameter estimates become suspect and non-supportable.
The code or standard must be appropriate and supportable for the process in
  question.
Selection by another supervisor is not mandatory, however, reasons for
  nonselection must be supportable before a third party.
Selection by another supervisor is not mandatory, however, reasons for
  non-selection must be supportable before a third party.
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