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Examples

  • "Debatable," Kelby said as he got in the passenger seat.

    Fatal Tide

  • "Debatable" was Tse-Mallory's simple retort, as he followed September up the steps leading out of the temple.

    The End of the Matter

  • "Debatable" was Tse-Mallory's simple retort, as he followed September up the steps leading out of the temple.

    The End Of The Matter

  • "Debatable" was Tse-Mallory's simple retort, as he followed September up the steps leading out of the temple.

    The End of The Matter

  • "Debatable" was Tse-Mallory's simple retort, as he followed September up the steps leading out of the temple.

    The End of the Matter

  • "Debatable" was Tse-Mallory's simple retort, as he followed September up the steps leading out of the temple.

    The End of the Matter

  • "Debatable" is not a synonym for "a complete lie", which is the term that you should have employed in your above sentence.

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  • "Debatable" is not a synonym for "a complete lie", which is the term that you should have employed in your above sentence.

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

  • "Debatable" is not a synonym for "a complete lie", which is the term that you should have employed in your above sentence.

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

  • "Debatable" is not a synonym for "a complete lie", which is the term that you should have employed in your above sentence.

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

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  • Debatable means to be open to discussion. You hear it all the time on the news.

    October 3, 2010