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disputable (adj.)

"liable to be contested or called into question; controvertible," 1540s, from French disputable (16c.) or directly from Latin disputabilis, from disputare "weigh; examine; discuss, argue, explain" (see dispute (v.)). Related: Disputably.

updated on December 07, 2020

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Definitions of disputable from WordNet

disputable (adj.)
capable of being disproved;
Synonyms: debatable
disputable (adj.)
open to argument or debate;
Synonyms: arguable / debatable / moot
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