debatable

[ dih-bey-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF debatable

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In the debatable class there ought to be a definition of all disputed matters.

Then Socrates: The question would seem at any rate to be debatable.

And the love-part of it seemed to him fixed: it didn't occur to him that that was debatable.

Now, it was singularly unfortunate that the question was ever debatable.

My hotel stands in the debatable land between the two districts.

It is also an abandonment of the pretence that the question is not a debatable or open one.

All she could see was that, for a matter of honor, and that debatable, she was to be sacrificed.

Your right is obviously a debatable question; we will waive it, if you please.

But I will venture to say that the point is debatable, and could be argued.

It is always a debatable point this—St. Peter's presence in Rome.

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