Possible to verify: a verifiable account of the incident; verifiable sales data. (adjective)
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Use "verifiable" in a sentence
"The clue to what is politically effective is to be found not so much in verifiable good or bad effects flowing from political acts as in whether the incumbent can continue indefinitely to convey the impression of knowing what is to be done (Edelman 1964, 76-77, emph. added)."
"- The Gates Foundation's business is philanthropy, which deals in verifiable benefits."
"Mr. Bush calls it a positive step, but he warns there has to be what he calls a verifiable process -- Wolf?"