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de·mon·stra·ble

 (dĭ-mŏn′strə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being demonstrated or proved: demonstrable truths.
2. Obvious or apparent: demonstrable lies.

de·mon′stra·bil′i·ty, de·mon′stra·ble·ness n.
de·mon′stra·bly adv.
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Adv.1.demonstrably - in an obvious and provable manner; "his documentary sources are demonstrably wrong"
Translations

demonstrably

[ˈdemənstrəblɪ] ADVmanifiestamente
a demonstrably false statementuna afirmación manifiestamente falsa

demonstrably

[ˈdɛmənstrəbli dɪˈmɒnstrəbli] adv [true, false] → manifestement

demonstrably

advnachweislich

demonstrably

[ˈdɛmənstrəblɪ] advpalesemente
References in classic literature ?
The temporary sadness for Hetty was the worst consequence; he resolutely turned away his eyes from any bad consequence that was not demonstrably inevitable.
Their most characteristic result was not the "Key to all Mythologies," but a morbid consciousness that others did not give him the place which he had not demonstrably merited--a perpetual suspicious conjecture that the views entertained of him were not to his advantage-- a melancholy absence of passion in his efforts at achievement, and a passionate resistance to the confession that he had achieved nothing.
The cry for Protection will become wild, but no one will dare resort to a demonstrably absurd measure that must raise prices before it raises wages, and that has everywhere failed to benefit the worker.
The allegations are without foundation and demonstrably and provably false and I am completely confident that I will be fully exonerated.
Fortunately, they are also demonstrably and provably false.
The public has to see and be satisfied that we have got the message that there is public displeasure, that the process has to be changed and there must be consequences for past claims if they can be shown to be demonstrably wrong or extravagant.
Opening his summing up to the jury after the six-month hearing, Lord Justice Scott Baker said many of Mohamed al Fayed's conspiracy theories about the crash were "so demonstrably without foundation" that even his lawyer was no longer pursuing them.
Park chairman Peter Johnson said: "We always had the view that the Christmas savings business forms only part of a demonstrably wider market, where Park has only a small share.
In its 2007 Corporate Responsibility Review, published this week, Tesco said: "We believe that Tesco stores have been demonstrably good for the high street and neighbourhoods, not a threat to them.
Herman Miller, however, remains convinced that its new European headquarters building, designed by Gensler, is representative of its evolving core values, demonstrably providing a more humane working environment for its staff who have relocated from the rather unsatisfactorily modified YRM factory in Bath.
Du Bois as the timeless intellectual voice that buttresses Hurston's apotheosis of southern black folk--which, though a representation demonstrably true, neglects the extent to which this Du Boisian perspective sometimes seemed disquietingly conflicted.
For a diploma to have any meaning in the work force or college admissions offices, it must be demonstrably connected to real achievement.