deniable

[ UK /dɪnˈa‍ɪəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being denied or contradicted
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How To Use deniable In A Sentence

  • But they have an undeniable gentleness and elephantine beauty about them, with their hanging folds of skin and ponderous outlook on life.
  • Perhaps this contradictory nature is the key to its undeniable appeal. Times, Sunday Times
  • A guttural sound broke from his chest when he felt her sheathe tugging him deeper, its slick clench undeniable. Dreams of a Dark Warrior
  • Or on the other hand, from the governments' perspective should piracy be viewed as a handy but deniable mechanism for pressuring the software company's pricing downwards?
  • Yes, but the undeniable facts were the gun discharged because the trigger was pulled.
  • But there was the nagging fact, for me, always, of the apartness, the undeniable cloistering from men. Times, Sunday Times
  • What is undeniable is that the mood had already soured internally. Times, Sunday Times
  • The undeniable utility of the canoe is attenuated by its insistent lack of comfort. Times, Sunday Times
  • These images, part of a larger exhibition of photos taken from 2001-2002, begin to put a face on their staggeringly large numbers and aim to make their situation less deniable and more real.
  • They were exposed as undeniable fabrications.
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