Provable in a sentence

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Definition of Provable

  • Capable of being proved; demonstrable.

How to use provable in a sentence. Provable pronunciation.

Among the Greeks and Romans the criterion of knowledge was reason; that whatever is provable and acceptable by reason must necessarily be admitted as true.
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For instance, Christopher Columbus from information based upon known and provable facts drew conclusions which led him unerringly across the vast ocean to the unknown continent of America.
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When this advice is free I give, and honest, Provable to thinking, and, indeed, the course To win the Moor again.
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A fact patent and provable from Cramond (the old Roman port of Alaterna) up to Blair Drummond above Stirling, where whales' skeletons, and bone tools by them, have been found in loam and peat, twenty feet above high-water mark.
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This is a particularly pusillanimous claim in the first place; is not provable in the second place; and, if it were true, opens up a very pretty field of study in the third place.
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This idea of separateness is unreasonable, not provable by logic, nor supported by science. 231.
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But in its issue of January 5, 1860, it speaks of future endless misery thus, saying that there is a “vast amount and weight of evidence to the point—evidence enough to prove it, if provable; all nature, all law, all revelation uttering the doctrine, so that it is an amazing stretch and energy of unbelief not to believe it, implying a moral state and position that will not believe it on any testimony, however clearly and unqualifiedly, even to the exhaustion of the capabilities of language, God himself may declare and affirm it.
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Examples of Provable

Example #1
A third standard or criterion is the opinion held by theologians that traditions or prophetic statement and interpretations constitute the basis of human knowing.
Example #2
That is to say, the materialists announce, that the criterion and standard of human knowledge is sense perception.
Example #3
Such power of accomplishment is beyond the range of animal intelligence.
Example #4
From the visible it cannot draw conclusions regarding the invisible whereas the human mind from visible and known premises attains knowledge of the unknown and invisible.
Example #5
Before Æmilia here, I give thee warrant of thy place.
Example #6
Ay, and who but the reader of the play could think otherwise?