noun fer·til·iz·abil·i·ty \ˌfər|təlˌīzəˈbilətē, ˌfə̄|, ˌfəi|, |təl-, -bilətē, -i\
variants: also British


\ˌfər|təlˌīzəˈbilətē, ˌfə̄|, ˌfəi|, |təl-, -bilətē, -i\

Definition of fertilizability



  1. :  capability of being fertilized; specifically :  the period in the life of an egg during which it is able to participate effectively in fertilization the length of life of an egg and the length of its fertilizability — George Barth

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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