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Definition of "controvertible" [con•tro•ver•ti•ble]

  • Open to questioning; that which can be denied, challenged, or disputed. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "controvertible" in a sentence
  • "By presuming that only my beliefs, practices, and perceptions are correct and unassailable implies that all others ipso facto are incorrect and controvertible."
  • "GARS forms a more coherent whole since its editorial edifice was the work of Weber himself; and yet, its relationship to his other sociologies of, for instance, law, city, music, domination, and economy, remains controvertible."
  • "Whatever advantage CBS thought the documents gave them in covering the story of Bush's "service," his inadequacies as a Guardsman have been well documented elsewhere with non-controvertible evidence."