disputable disputable  /dɪs ˈpju tə bəl/


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



  1. I reported as fact a provision of the bill that seems to be disputable, to say the least.
  2. And it's hardly disputable that Bush has alienated many foreign leaders.
  3. You made very biased and disputable choices.



  1. "One is disputable, but two, you can't stumble onto two national championships, so we're pretty good," Parker said.
    on Apr 8, 2008 By: Candace Parker Source: USA Today

  2. Kouchner added that Moscow had on the whole complied with all the international commitments under the French-brokered peace plan to end the conflict in Georgia, although "a few disputable points remain."
    on Oct 28, 2008 By: Bernard Kouchner Source: RIA Novosti

  3. In response to Republican People's Party (CHP) chairman Deniz Baykal's statement that, "let us put three disputable articles of the constitutional amendment bill to referendum separately. We will support other articles," Prime Minister Recep...
    on Apr 12, 2010 By: Recep Tayyip Erdogan Source: www.worldbulletin.net

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