Definition of Demonstrably

1. Adverb. In an obvious and provable manner. "His documentary sources are demonstrably wrong"




Definition of Demonstrably

1. adv. In a demonstrable manner; incontrovertibly; clearly.

Definition of Demonstrably

1. Adverb. In such a manner as to be capable of being demonstrated, shown or proved. ¹

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Definition of Demonstrably

1. [adv]

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Literary usage of Demonstrably

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1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1801)
"... is demonstrably true. ART. VII. A familiar Surety of l£e Christian Religion, and- of Hi'.toi-y as connected with the? Introduction i>f Christianity, ..."

2. The Five Great Skeptical Dramas of History by John Owen (1896)
"... any point whatsoever—was, in my opinion, Montaigne, of whose Essais, first published in 1580, he was demonstrably a diligent and appreciative student. ..."

3. The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England by Edward Hyde Clarendon (1849)
"law in those cases that demonstrably concerned the public peace. 319 The committee at Grocers' hall, very exalted to find no opposition in any thing they ..."

4. A Budget of Paradoxes by Augustus De Morgan (1915)
"An attack on the Newtonian mechanics; revolution by gravitation demonstrably impossible; much to be said for the earth being the immovable center. ..."

5. A Handbook of the Law of Defamation and Verbal Injury by Frank Towers Cooper (1894)
"... etc., not always actionable — What are and what are not — Right of free speech justifies criticism — But not the utterance of demonstrably injurious ..."

6. A Popular Guide to Minerals by Louis Pope Gratacap (1912)
"... express the relation of those faces to these assumed axes—these axes are, at least, demonstrably, directions of force and accretion, in other words, ..."

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