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Definition of "demonstrable" []

  • Capable of being demonstrated or proved: demonstrable truths. (adjective)
  • Obvious or apparent: demonstrable lies. (adjective)
  • Able to be demonstrated or proved (adjective)

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Use "demonstrable" in a sentence
  • "He said more than 1,000 hostages were released thanks to the intervention of Mr. Berezovsky, who he described as a "demonstrable friend to British interests.""
  • "But “bias,” an inner state of mind, can be readable and provable only in demonstrable outward expressions."
  • "That there is such a middle Being, is as demonstrable from the Principles of sound reason, as that there is a God."