[ US /dɪˈspjutəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dɪspjˈuːtəbə‍l/ ]
  1. capable of being disproved
  2. open to argument or debate
    that is a moot question
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How To Use disputable In A Sentence

  • The church that holds the undisputable proof as the first authentical apostolic establishment with founder the apostle of the Gentiles himself. Conversion of a High Priest into a Christian Worker
  • That, at least, is an indisputable fact. Times, Sunday Times
  • The result of any fruitful worldview is a firm, self-confident life order that is perceived as necessary, as a reality, about which there is nothing uncertain or disputable.
  • - (containing the "disputable" books - 2 Peter, 2nd 3rd John, Jude, the Apocalpse, Letter of Hermes, Didache, etc.) never became a cause for schism. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • Not only are offenders presented with indisputable evidence of culpability, but also unconnected suspects rely on the technique to prove their innocence. Times, Sunday Times
  • One legal expert last night said in future it may be impossible for a prosecution to succeed unless the evidence is indisputable.
  • What we are missing are hard, indisputable facts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Naturally is an all latent Nue Yin first crazy, this be the undisputable fact, you denial also useless.
  • First, in the form of domestic legislation to determine for fishing island has undisputable sovereignty.
  • It supplies information but not indisputable facts. Science, Technology, and Social Change
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