One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Able to be checked or demonstrated to be true, accurate, or justified.‘an easily verifiable claim’‘there is not a single verifiable fact’
- ‘Under New Jersey law, there need not be any verifiable evidence of injury.’
- ‘Both candidates demand verifiable dismantling of nuclear facilities.’
- ‘The bottom line is that the dollar has lost all concrete, dependable, verifiable support.’
- ‘Verifiable messages from the beyond, or repeated cases of faith healing, would go far in convincing many scientists.’
- ‘Financial support for a site often depends on verifiable visitor numbers.’
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