disputable

[ dih-spyoo-tuh-buhl, dis-pyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF disputable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPUTABLE

After all, it is not disputable that we have lived longer than they.

The conclusion was right, but the minor premise was disputable.

This is as disputable as the preceding affirmation, and for the same reasons.

There is an Indian logic, it is true, but its priority is more than disputable.

Now turn to the disputable case of the Tlingits of British Columbia.

But very possibly there was a wide fringe of disputable matter.

Even in the education of the young this is now held to be a disputable theory.

The topic of female costume is peculiarly difficult and disputable.

And this is naturally so: for, from the point of view of language, the question is not disputable.

Just who are the "salt of the earth" is a disputable question.

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