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viable
used in Change of Heart by Picoult

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Definition
capable of surviving; or capable of being done
  • If cardiac death had occurred, the organs wouldn't be viable for transplant.
  • And if that happens, organ donation isn't viable.
  • You're the one who said Shay's heart might not be a viable match.
  • We don't know, medically, if this is viable.
  • What one person sees as a medically viable stroke of luck, another might see as a resurrection.
  • I wondered whether remaking him in the image of a viable plaintiff said more about who he was willing to be, or whom I had become.

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