- capable of being or liable to be denied or contradicted.
Origin of deniable
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Examples from the Web for deniable
Ah, Barbara, Barbara, why do you not deny it if it is deniable?
But the relations of pupil and master in at least some degree are not, I think, deniable.The Human Comedy
Honore de Balzac
She is country bred, and clothed in country garments, yet her beauty is too great to be deniable.Mrs. Geoffrey
We have either incorrectly to deny things we do not understand, or we have to accept a good deal that is deniable.Criminal Psychology
But, good or bad, I don't think you'll find it deniable, if you look into the facts.A Traveler from Altruria: Romance
William Dean Howells
- able to be denied; questionable
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