Dis`pu*ta*ble a. [L. disputabilis: cf. F. disputable. See Dispute,v. i.]

1.

Capable of being disputed; liable to be called in question, controverted, or contested; of doubtful certainty or propriety; controvertible; as, disputable opinions, propositions, points, or questions.

Actions, every one of which is very disputable.
Jer. Taylor.

2.

Disputatious; contentious.

[Obs.]

Shak.

 

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