arguable definition

  • adjective:
    • Open to debate: an arguable question, nevertheless unresolved.
    • which can be argued plausibly; defensible in debate: three arguable things of law.
    • what may be argued; in other words., whatever are proven or highly supported with noise reasonable deduction, precedent, and research.
    • Open to question, debate or debate.
    • Open to debate: an arguable question, still unresolved.
    • effective at becoming argued; admitting of debate.
    • That can be argued plausibly; defensible in argument: three arguable things of law.
    • what could be argued; i.e., whatever are proven or highly supported with noise rational deduction, precedent, and research.
    • ready to accept argument or debate
    • Open to doubt, debate or debate.
    • effective at being supported by debate
    • with the capacity of becoming argued; admitting of discussion.
    • available to argument or debate
    • capable of being supported by debate
  • others:
    • with the capacity of becoming argued; admitting debate.
    • Capable of being argued; admitting debate.

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