non•du•ra•blePronunciation: (non-door'u-bul, -dyoor'-), [key]
not resistant to wear, decay, etc.; not sturdy: nondurable fabrics.
not lasting or enduring; consumable or perishable.
goods that are used up quickly or purchased frequently, as food and apparel. Cf. durable goods.
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