capable of being destroyed; liable to destruction.

1745–55; < Late Latin dēstructibil(is), equivalent to Latin dēstruct(us) pulled down (see destruction) + -ibilis -ible

destructibility, destructibleness, noun
undestructible, adjective
undestructibleness, noun
undestructibly, adverb Unabridged
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destructible (dɪˈstrʌktəbəl)
capable of being or liable to be destroyed

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Example sentences
The processes depending on the foreconscious system are destructible in a
  different way.
Inversion will also employ a cover system with destructible environments.
Everything in the environment is destructible, and players are encouraged to
  wreak as much havoc as possible.
Each brawler looks gorgeous in high definition, and the destructible
  environments add some intensity to the action.
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