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  • adj. Not capable of being verified, confirmed, checked or proven.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. (of e.g. evidence) not objective or easily verified


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  • The world of the unverifiable is the world of the soul, the world of the verifiable is the world of the senses.

    In the Noon of Science

  • I realize you were commenting from a purely analytical perspective, but I find the term "unverifiable" much more palatable.

    A Kuranian Take on the Religious Gender Gap, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • And with 20% of the ballot bags "unverifiable" ... on that latter topic, those ballots would be considered tainted evidence inadmissable in a Court trial since the chain of handling cannot be verified.

    Sound Politics: Mail Ballot Lifecycle

  • The Times team finally decided to put this in the "unverifiable" folder because NASA continues to stonewall by not allowing a reporter from The Paper of Record to go to the moon for independent verification.

    American Beat: The Blair Affair

  • The sad part is this 'unverifiable' aspect is really just scientists' laziness about exploring meditation for themselves. »2007» February

  • Although Walia said activists 'suspicions are mostly "unverifiable" and can only be confirmed by police, she's "99.9 percent" certain that one man who attended the opening ceremony was an agent provocateur.

    Signs of the Times

  • As you can read from the quote above, this source has made their story "unverifiable" because they supposedly don't want to go public., so take this whole story with a grain of salt.

  • Six months later, 75% of the tens of billions of URLs we've seen are "unverifiable" and a year later, only 20% qualifies for

    SEOmoz Daily SEO Blog

  • After just a single month, a full 25% of the URLs are what we call "unverifiable".

    SEOmoz Daily SEO Blog

  • We include the lasting content which will continue to support your SEO efforts by analyzing which sites and pages are "unverifiable" and removing these from each new index.

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