Definition of tenability in English:

tenability

noun

  • See tenable

    • ‘The tenability of the Plaintiff's claim was argued at length.’
    • ‘They have not examined the empirical tenability of their assumptions.’
    • ‘The writings of the various authors were examined and evaluated to assess the current tenability of the author's thought.’
    • ‘One need not evaluate the scientific evidence for the assertions made to question the tenability of the propositions.’
    • ‘We have yet to examine a few other challenges to the tenability of the theory.’

Pronunciation

tenability

/tɛnəˈbɪlɪti/