Demonstrable

• (a.) Proved; apparent. • (a.) Capable of being demonstrated; that can be proved beyond doubt or question.
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demonstrable

incontrovertible adjective necessarily or demonstrably true; `demonstrable truths`
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Demonstrable

De·mon'stra·ble adjective [ Latin demonstrabilis : confer Old French demonstrable , French démontrable .] 1. Capable of being demonstrated; that can be proved beyond doubt or question. « The grand articles of our belief are as demonstrable as geometry.�...
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demonstrable

capable of being proved
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demonstrable

capable of being proved
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demonstrable

demonstrable, demonstrability 1. The capability of being demonstrated or logically proven. 2. Obvious or apparent: Her lies were demonstrable. 3. So obvious as to be readily recognized. 4. Capable of being shown to exist or to be true: 'There was demonstrable proof that he set the fire.'
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demonstrable

[adj] - capable of being demonstrated or proved 2. [adj] - necessarily or demonstrably true
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