Origin of demonstrable
Examples from the Web for demonstrable
We proud skeptics would rather trust the demonstrable facts than the alleged truth.
The email asked for “demonstrable efforts” that these problems were being fixed.Keith Olbermann’s Angry Email Trail Traces Breakup With Current TV|Howard Kurtz|April 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Here it is alleged that Science and Opinion cannot coexist,—that the demonstrable will banish the probable.Studies of Christianity|James Martineau
This is demonstrable by the simple appeal to human consciousness.Unity of Good|Mary Baker Eddy
And yet I believe it is obvious, if not demonstrable, that most of them are too individual to be communicated even to a lover.Colors of Life|Max Eastman
In some of the cases no demonstrable changes were observed in the bronchial arteries or in the pulmonary veins.Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:|Louis Marshall Warfield
Spiritualism enters the list, and declares that the immortality of the soul is a demonstrable fact.Hours with the Ghosts or, Nineteenth Century Witchcraft|Henry Ridgely Evans
British Dictionary definitions for demonstrable
Word Origin and History for demonstrable
c.1400, from Latin demonstrabilis, from demonstrare (see demonstration). Related: Demonstrably.