Definition of revivable in US English:

revivable

adjective

  • See revive

    • ‘But with a flush of risk capital available, fund operators say that cheap and easy deals are drying up fast, which often leaves investors competing on bids to buy companies that are deemed revivable.’
    • ‘Warner and Lazaridis are creating for the Royal Opera a production which has a very handsome look, a production which is eminently revivable with a series of different casts.’
    • ‘Although the play has none of the socio-political force of The Daughter-in-Law which shortly followed it, it remains a highly revivable curiosity.’
    • ‘I'm not sure if it's really revivable, but I LOVE the show!’
    • ‘Carl Maria von Weber was here in the 1800s, penning most of his eminently revivable opera Silvana in Stuttgart.’

Pronunciation

revivable

/rəˈvīvəb(ə)l//rəˈvaɪvəb(ə)l/