demonstrable demonstrable  /ˈdɛ mən strə bəl/


  1. (adj) necessarily or demonstrably true
  2. (adj) capable of being demonstrated or proved



  1. In fact, many mental illnesses even those like schizophrenia that have demonstrable genetic origins can be stopped or at least contained before they start.
  2. Weeks is convinced that demonstrable eccentricity should be a required trait for America's leaders in order to keep them happy, creative and sane.
  3. Our focus is on sustainable and demonstrable growth.


  • San Mateo County Civil Grand Jury says keep waste board as is

    Switching the county’s solid waste board from senior city staff members to elected officials has no demonstrable advantage, according to the civil grand jury which also concluded in the same report that customers aren’t that informed about the agency overseeing their garbage and recycling services.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: San Mateo Daily Journal


  1. Charles Dunstone, CEO of The Carphone Warehouse, said, "Best Buy brings demonstrable expertise in merchandising, sourcing and customer service: that should help us accelerate the evolution of our business towards the broader connectivity market. We...
    on May 8, 2008 By: Charles Dunstone Source: Retail Digital

  2. "The recent series of government packages, notwithstanding their scale and speed, has had little demonstrable effect on the level of confidence or the outlook for ongoing activity," Mr Keating writes.
    on Mar 5, 2009 By: Paul Keating Source: The Age

  3. Under the program, CN Net will integrate countries, cities and companies all over the world to boost a green economy and "assist in building confidence through demonstrable action at the national and local level on the art of the possible," said...
    on Feb 23, 2008 By: Achim Steiner Source: Taipei Times

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