No one has ever made a viable independent business out of providing quality content for free.
For those voters, Cain serves as a holding platform until they find a viable Romney alternative.
Last week, an openly pessimistic Reid proclaimed this the “only viable escape route” to avoid tumbling over the cliff.
Peterson claimed he was not with Savio when she drowned, but whether he has a viable alibi is very much in dispute.
Charlie Rose and Gayle King meet the press as the network tries again to create a viable breakfast show.
At times the child is viable, and a precedent caesarean section will save it.
They are considered only to the extent that they are viable consumers.
May a woman in articulo mortis be delivered of a viable child if the delivery will somewhat hasten her death?
I put on a good deal of it and there were at least some viable grains in the lot.
May a surgeon who has opened the abdomen for some condition not uterine incidentally remove a viable ectopic fetus?
viable vi·a·ble (vī'ə-bəl)
Capable of living, developing, or germinating under favorable conditions.
Capable of living outside the uterus. Used of a fetus or newborn.