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nonviable

 [non-vi´ah-b'l]
not capable of living.

non·vi·a·ble

(non-vī'ă-bul),
1. Incapable of independent existence; often denoting a prematurely born fetus.
2. Denoting a microorganism or parasite incapable of metabolic or reproductive activity.

nonviable

/non·vi·a·ble/ (-vi´ah-b'l) not capable of living.

nonviable

[-vī′əbəl]
Etymology: L, non + vita, life
unable to exist independently after birth.

non·vi·a·ble

(non-vī'ă-bĕl)
1. Incapable of independent existence; often denoting a prematurely born embryo or fetus.
2. Denoting a microorganism or parasite incapable of metabolic or reproductive activity.

nonviable

not capable of living.