Definition of demonstrability in English:

demonstrability

noun

  • See demonstrable

    • ‘Without the demonstrability of foolishness, there would be no hope for human progress.’
    • ‘To be sure, in traditional Catholic thought, God's ‘demonstrability’ has been considered, in Aquinas's terms, to belong not to the ‘articles of faith’ but to the ‘preambles to the articles.’’
    • ‘Such convictions though can never reach the level of absolute clarity and demonstrability that was sought by modernist epistemologies.’

Pronunciation

demonstrability

/dəˌmänstrəˈbilədē//dəˌmɑnstrəˈbɪlədi/