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Definition of "provable" [prov•a•ble]

  • Of a statement or hypothesis that can be proven. (adjective)

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Use "provable" in a sentence
  • "I maintain that the demand for rarities, while not readily apparent or provable, is very strong, and that reports of minimal supply in 2010 have been overstated."
  • "(Trust your wife) $1500 per month in provable income will very likely be enough for both of you with a 50% reduction in the amount of required income for her."
  • "All of these involve experimental verification, and can be properly called provable fact."