Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • See assertable.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Other ideas like 5 + 11 = 17 are assertible or sayable but unprovable.

    Are Changes Brewing and How Does the Mind Fit In?

  • The inference is assertible regardless of naturalism's blank cheques.

    Bunny and a Book

  • The inference is assertible regardless of naturalism's blank cheques.

    Bunny and a Book

  • The inference is assertible regardless of naturalism's blank cheques.

    Bunny and a Book

  • The question is not what "the Constitution means" in some completely abstract semantic sense, but, rather, what is "warrentedly assertible," as a pragmatic reality, in our present legal culture.

    Balkinization

  • The question is not what "the Constitution means" in some completely abstract semantic sense, but, rather, what is "warrentedly assertible," as a pragmatic reality, in our present legal culture.

    Balkinization

  • That is, ˜X is right ˜is assertible (roughly, a sensible thing to say) when X can be expected to lead to the best results.

    Russell's Moral Philosophy

  • It has also been claimed that vague predicates, when applied to gray-area objects, result in sentences neither true nor false; yet, again, such sentences seem assertible and believable.

    Moral Anti-Realism

  • A sentence holds (or is assertible) in a many-valued interpretation just if it takes a designated value.

    Sorites Paradox

  • Apparently the King either has a right, assertible as such to the death, before God and man; or else he has no right.

    The French Revolution

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