arguable arguable  /ˈɑrɡju ə bəl/


  1. (adj) capable of being supported by argument
  2. (adj) open to argument or debate



  1. It's arguable they are more stable and better prepared to crush bin Laden's extremist interpretation of Islam.
  2. While those charges are less than the London average, it's arguable they're still somewhere north of Cheapside.
  3. If the GOP leaves Franks to his own devices and gets creamed, it's arguable that democracy is not served whenever the financial entry fee gets this high.



  1. As conservative columnist George Will wrote last month: "It is arguable that, because of his inexperience, Obama is not ready for the presidency. It is arguable that McCain, because of his boiling moralism and bottomless reservoir of certitudes, is...
    on Oct 17, 2008 By: George Will Source: Bangor Daily News

  2. "I don't think it's arguable anymore," said Mangini. "I think he's won that argument."
    on Dec 25, 2009 By: Eric Mangini Source:

  3. "The Federal Court has today confirmed a new, different interpretation of the character test," Mr Andrews said. "As the decision involves an arguable interpretation of what parliament intended about a matter that goes to the national...
    on Dec 20, 2007 By: Kevin Andrews Source: The Australian

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