demonstrability


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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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Noun1.demonstrability - capability of being demonstrated or logically proved
indisputability, indubitability, unquestionability, unquestionableness - the quality of being beyond question or dispute or doubt
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