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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisputabledi‧sput‧a‧ble /dɪˈspjuːtəbəl, ˈdɪspjə-/ adjective  ARGUEsomething that is disputable is not definitely true or right, and therefore is something that you can argue about opp indisputable
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disputableDaly suggests that before the first interglacial period there were no coral reefs in the modern sense, which is disputable.In other areas, precedent established some years ago in the light of circumstances then may be disputable in relation to the present day.He earned this disputable title by his thoughtful approach to critical issues and the undeniable distinction of his critical practice.
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