from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In such a manner as to be capable of being demonstrated, shown or proved.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a demonstrable manner; incontrovertibly; clearly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a demonstrable manner; so as to demonstrate; beyond the possibility of doubt; manifestly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an obvious and provable manner
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Unquestionably and demonstrably from the Latin word _dies_, in which, however, visibly there is not one letter the same as any one of the seven that are in journal.
The term demonstrably greater means - sufficiently large so that it can be demonstrated quantified measured and proved.
His conclusion in demonstrably wrong, the idea that the book would just lead to cynicism.
I like all three authors, but mystery guest #3 is demonstrably from a different sector of the genre and almost certainly one more widely read in sheer sales figures.
Perkins outstretched his arms and protested the call demonstrably, not an uncommon sight for the Celtics 'starting center, and referee Eddie F.
Given that it demonstrably is not, they’re left; not that they’re very effective, as their attacks, fueled by that fallacy, often target more progressive liberals.
A spokeswoman for Justin Bieber calls "demonstrably false" an allegation the singer fathered a baby by a woman who has filed a paternity suit against the teen heartthrob.
The plans include cutting more than 24,000 management staff and allowing NHS hospitals to chase private patients if the money is "demonstrably" ploughed back into the health service.
Well, "demonstrably" in the sense that they won't ever try textual worlds, so it's moot whether or not they're better than graphics.
In the current (press & public) climate, any councillor claiming above the minimum would be assumed to be freeloading: there wouldn't be any 'demonstrably' about it.