Definition of "unprovable" [unprovable]

  • That cannot be proved or verified by any test (adjective)

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Use "unprovable" in a sentence
  • "According to Dawkins, that makes science “one of the world’s great evils”, since scientists start with faith that certain unprovable assumptions are true; among others – the objective existence of the material universe, that is is governed by rational laws, the reliability of human reason, the reliability of observation."
  • "Don't give me this load about degineration if you are going to make assertions such as, the * "unprovable" aspects of an open agenda, and expect no reply."
  • "Postmodernism, a self-consciously "unprovable" theory, replaced formal structures with subjectivity."