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Definition of Arguable

Arguable
Arguable Ar"gu*a*ble, a. Capable of being argued; admitting of debate.

Meaning of Arguable from wikipedia

- In logic and philosophy, an argument is a series of statements (in a natural language), called the premises or premisses (both spellings are acceptable)...
- Arguably: Essays is a 2011 book by Christopher Hitchens, comprising 107 essays on a variety of political and cultural topics. These essays were previously...
- who typically travel the greatest distance during a match. Midfielders arguably have the most possession during a game, and thus they are among the ****est...
- instead use terms that refer to the specific age range in question. An arguable historical precursor was Richard von Krafft-Ebing's concept of "age fetishism"...
- and an acceptance by the Court of Appeal that the concept is at least arguable." This case became one of a series of cases which contributed to the introduction...
- animal". Forbes identifies the creature as a large sea serpent, but this is arguable. He also proposes it as a dinosaur: It is not known what this monster animal...
- or official international reserves, is more readily available and also arguably more meaningful. These foreign-currency deposits are the financial ****ets...
- more likely to succeed. Once it is accepted that the wife has raised an arguable case that she was in fact the victim of undue influence and that the bank...
- individual contributions, the action of contributing to a wiki page is still arguably one of jointly correcting, editing, or compiling, which would give rise...
- comparisons between the four lovers in the film and those in the play; it is arguable that the whole film is a rendition of the play. The film begins and ends...