disputable

Part of speech: adjective

That may be disputed; controvertible; doubtful.

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Usage examples "disputable":

  1. Faith 'tis a very disputable question, and yet I think thou canst decide it. - "A King, and No King", Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher.
  2. The position is one incompatible with honesty, and the value of land, apart from what you can get for it, is a very disputable matter. - "The Reminiscences of an Irish Land Agent", S.M. Hussey.
  3. It may seem that if we set aside the disputable evidence of the Eoliths and the Java remains we can say nothing whatever on this subject. - "The Story of Evolution", Joseph McCabe.