demonstrable

[ dih-mon-struh-buh l, dem-uh n- ]SEE DEFINITION OF demonstrable

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It is demonstrable, however, that the Scotchman could not have been the imitator.

Now this was a lie; an absolute, undoubted, demonstrable lie.

No one will readily believe this, yet it is a demonstrable fact.

"It is, nevertheless, a demonstrable fact," said Colonel Doller.

This was not a mere guess on his part, but a demonstrable certainty.

As if the beauty and sacredness of the demonstrable must fall behind that of the mythical!

Despite its demonstrable faults I do not propose to attack this novel.

These propositions are as demonstrable as any problem in Euclid.

In the other their origin as separate words is demonstrable.

It is demonstrable that in Homer the word has several meanings.

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