1. capable of being held, maintained, or defended, as against attack or dispute: a tenable theory.
2. capable of being occupied, possessed, held, or enjoyed, as under certain conditions: a research grant tenable for two years.
"views can be tenable by believers."
"positions can be tenable in runs."
"positions can be tenable before dates."
"notions can be tenable in/at/on years."
"crises can be tenable in/at/on todays."
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