Not established as fact, and so open to question or debate: whether it can be described as art criticism may be disputable
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- Any determination of disputable fact may, the law recognises, be imperfect: the law aims at providing the best and safest solutions compatible with human fallibility and having reached that solution it closes the book.
- In fact, the absence of such oligarchic groups in Belarus is a disputable question.
- It took nearly an hour and several dead ends to find what they assumed was the bridge, only to decide that fact was disputable.
late 15th century: from Latin disputabilis, from the verb disputare 'to estimate', later 'to dispute' (see dispute).
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- The reliability of such estimates is still a matter of discussion and for that reason we preferred to use equally weighted independent varieties above disputably weighted and correlated varieties.
- The Red Cross is, disputably, the most widely recognized charitable organization in the world.
- Earliest known drawings of scabies were made by Giovan Cosimo Bonomo in 1687, who collaborated with Diacinto Cestoni and is disputably the discoverer of the scabies mite.