Open to dispute; debatable: disputable testimony. (adjective)
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Use "disputable" in a sentence
"How happy were it for the church if those that have a clearness in disputable things would be satisfied to have it to themselves before"
"But there is another truth, equally in. disputable, which is that a man who aspires to govern mankind ought to bring to the task generous sentiments, compassionate sympathies, and noble and elevated thoughts."
"Once it endorsed a hedonic analysis of value, modern aesthetics concentrated on regularizing aesthetic pleasure, showing how it is "disputable" and, despite its singularity, manifests standards even in the absence of rules or principles."