conquerability

conquerability

(ˌkɒŋkərəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the state or quality of being surmountable
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For example, in the ads for wild-nature tourism, women's images are used to signify the attractiveness and conquerability of natural destinations (Pritchard & Morgan, 2000).
perfectibility of man and the conquerability of nature.
Death is viewed as a caesura between this life and the hereafter, a subject of an appealing spiritual transformation and an object of literary conquerability and challenge.