from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Capable of being demonstrated or proved: demonstrable truths.
- adj. Obvious or apparent: demonstrable lies.
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- adj. Able to be demonstrated.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being demonstrated; that can be proved beyond doubt or question.
- adj. Proved; apparent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being demonstrated; susceptible of being proved beyond doubt or contradiction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. necessarily or demonstrably true
- adj. capable of being demonstrated or proved
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He said more than 1,000 hostages were released thanks to the intervention of Mr. Berezovsky, who he described as a "demonstrable friend to British interests."
But “bias,” an inner state of mind, can be readable and provable only in demonstrable outward expressions.
That there is such a middle Being, is as demonstrable from the Principles of sound reason, as that there is a God.
It should be demonstrable, that is, it should use data that is resistant to criticism
It should be demonstrable, that is, it should use data that is resistant to criticism.
Discrediting the idea of demonstrable truth would be the sought after effect of introducing ID into public education.
It seems almost ridiculous, or at least unnecessary, to talk about "demonstrable" results (let alone successes) from that package when the economy has so visibly deteriorated since its passage.
I think it's a kind of demonstrable pandering, the likes of which I have rarely seen, even in presidential politics.
If they don't give the kind of demonstrable support at this convention and through the campaign, you know, Hillary's future in the party, which right now is huge and impressive because of the way she ended her campaign strong, that could dissipate.
BRIDGES: Unless you're actually adding some kind of demonstrable, measurable value to what the organization does for its clients, for its customers, it's going to be very hard to justify keeping you on the payroll.