That which can be argued; i.e., that which can be proven or strongly supported with sound logical deduction, precedent, and evidence. (adjective)
Open to doubt, argument or debate. (adjective)
Examples of word arguable
In practice, the DOJ has prosecuted people that are in arguable or probable non-compliance with the relevant State laws.
Ordinary legal indeterminacy of this sort, a fact of the law, does not mean that every legal position one comes up with, while arguable, is viable or persuasive, or that every disagreement on a legal issue is reasonable.
I would say that Kwiec (sic) suggests that a position, which I consider barely arguable, is not only reasonable, but correct.
I would say that Kwiec suggests that a position, which I consider barely arguable, is not only reasonable, but correct.
Second, it also suggests that not only do teenagers not have breasts (an arguable contention, to say the least) but that, whether they do or not, they have no need to cover their chests, an idea that is not so much "arguable" as plain moronic.