Definition of provable in English:

provable

adjective

  • See prove

    • ‘According to Drudge, the article exposes several demonstrably provable factual inaccuracies in Brock's book.’
    • ‘They would not stand scrutiny because they are based neither on provable fact nor serious evidence.’
    • ‘If you have a provable scientific claim, especially one where you cite significant observable effects, there is no need to promote it through the medium of bombast and obfuscation.’
    • ‘Evolution is not totally proven (or provable for that matter).’
    • ‘For example, we might say that we have a theory about why a person committed a crime. The meaning of the word in this context is that the theory is an idea or set of ideas which are not proven or even provable.’

Pronunciation

provable

/ˈpruːvəb(ə)l/