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EngageResponsibly will give marketers, SMBs and consumers the tools to take action and create demonstrable change.

From Digiday

It’s testing whether giving poor families a financial cushion can have a demonstrable impact on their physical and psychological health, job prospects and communities.

From Time

Everyone attending the event will be vaccinated, and there will be demonstrable proof of vaccination.

From Time

While conceding that “the Department of Justice retains the right to do what it wants with these regulations,” the judge noted that prosecutors “volunteered such information in the past without any demonstrable harm to its own deliberative process.”

Carlson makes a visceral argument that he claims is centered on some demonstrable evidence, scoffing at the idea that he's doing anything other than giving it to his viewers straight.

We proud skeptics would rather trust the demonstrable facts than the alleged truth.

Never has such demonstrable ignorance been in such great demand.

The email asked for “demonstrable efforts” that these problems were being fixed.

Why, it would seem to be mathematically demonstrable that that is absurd.

His eyes reflected the precious treasure which manifestly he saw, but realization of ownership had not yet become demonstrable.

List any demonstrable effects of intermittency of streams on fish distribution within the area.

To me it seems almost demonstrable by rational induction that the entire universe must consist of more than two conditions.

Formal Christianity was confronted with a clearly demonstrable error in her theological statements.

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On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to demonstrable, such as: conclusive, irrefutable, obvious, undeniable, unmistakable, and verifiable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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