unverifiable


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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unverifiable - (of e.g. evidence) not objective or easily verifiedunverifiable - (of e.g. evidence) not objective or easily verified
subjective - taking place within the mind and modified by individual bias; "a subjective judgment"
Translations

unverifiable

[ˈʌnˈverɪfaɪəbl] ADJno comprobable, que no puede verificarse

unverifiable

adjnicht beweisbar, unverifizierbar (geh)
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This condition has been introduced for business-to-business transactions in order to avoid unverifiable, fake and fictitious deals.
"A trash book has been published purporting to be the 'truth' about the case, filled with inaccuracy, distortions and unverifiable claims.
The provision will help avoid unverifiable and fictitious business buyers from conducting transactions that result in huge sales tax losses in the value chain, the FBR claimed.
This provision has inter alia been placed for 'business to business' transactions and few transaction in a value higher than Rs.50,000 by limited number of end consumers and that too from sales tax registered person only and also to avoid unverifiable, non-genuine, fake and fictitious business buyers which results in huge sales tax loss in the value chain.
The narrative leans lustily towards Game of Thrones, and the boisterous prose is well stocked with unverifiable adjectives, use of the word 'likely', and glimpses of Yasuke's thought-process which surely cannot be substantiated.
Noting that the social media was replete with both credible and unverifiable pieces of information, Musoro said students must be discerning to filter the information they see online.
UN Water adds that a person without access to improved drinking water is forced to rely on sources such as surface water, unprotected and possibly contaminated wells, or vendors selling water 'of unverifiable provenance and quality.'
Social media and communications software have become major information conduits in the Internet Age, making it easier to spread unverifiable news and systematic disinformation originating from specific countries.
On the website, Medicare said the nursing homes with a one-star staffing rating either lacked a registered nurse for "a high number of days" over three months, provided unverifiable payroll data, or didn't supply any payroll data, The Times reported.
In his reply, it has been mentioned that the objections are concocted and unverifiable. It adds that objections are in the form of photostat copies for the purpose to hold a media trial.
Life itself shows that British accusations are groundless, while intelligence that they are allegedly based on is unverifiable," he reiterated.
He found the allegations were unverifiable and could not be acted upon.