1. capable of being challenged
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How To Use challengeable In A Sentence

  • I didn't know what to make of the unchallengeable fact that some of the police officers said their views had been sharpened by on-the-street experience of dealing with ethnic minorities.
  • The sovereign right of the Irish people to decide their own future is unchallengeable.
  • By contrast, the appeal of the industrial co-operative remains unchallengeable, its ecological niche exclusive to it.
  • Scripture used in this way, with supposed supernatural authority, is unchallengeable.
  • This is the most challengeable response to the secular tide.
  • Parliaments in the English tradition are fiercely protective of their constitutional supremacy and they are unchallengeable masters of their own proceedings.
  • Abastract: Highway engineering in karst areas has many challengeable problems such as engineering techniques, environment protection, sustainable development etc.
  • Government officials have also challenged high court rights to have any review power over the issue of detention or preventative orders, declaring that the regime's authority is absolute and unchallengeable.
  • This privileged status in the industrial relations system was unchallengeable for many years, allowing the Histadrut to define and dictate the scope of conditions of employment in the economy.
  • The President's rule is effectively unchallengeable, though, even without his party's huge parliamentary majority.
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