[ US /dəˈbeɪtəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dɪbˈe‍ɪtəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being disproved
  2. open to doubt or debate
    If you ever get married, which seems to be extremely problematic
  3. open to argument or debate
    that is a moot question
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How To Use debatable In A Sentence

  • Whether a family link provides that connection is debatable. Times, Sunday Times
  • If he survived being arrested that is, which given the circs is debatable. Kingsnorth, Battlecat and A Distinct Lack Of Leadership. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • Whether a family link provides that connection is debatable. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is debatable how far the certificate affected the film's box office takings.
  • After a miss like that, it is highly debatable he did. The Sun
  • Whether a family link provides that connection is debatable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mr Darling should not compound the original error by pursuing a legally debatable claim that would bring a small country to its knees. Times, Sunday Times
  • Knowingly or not, these critics are mangling the facts to prove a debatable point and in the process damaging their own cause.
  • It's debatable whether the studio recording actually contains the f-word, given the incoherent roar Jim Morrison emits at the song's climax, but there's no ambiguity to the Oedipus context in this live version. Eric Williams: F***ing up the Charts: on F-Words and Music
  • In the end it's debatable at whose expense the lulz really were. Times, Sunday Times
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