Provable Prov"a*ble, a. [See {Prove}, and cf. {Probable}.] Capable of being proved; demonstrable. -- {Prov"a*ble*ness}, n. -- {Prov"a*bly}, adv. [1913 Webster]

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  • provableness — noun see prove …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • provableness — See provability. * * * …   Universalium

  • provableness — prov·able·ness …   English syllables

  • provableness — noun see provable …   Useful english dictionary

  • prove — verb (proved; proved or proven; proving) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French prover, pruver, from Latin probare to test, prove, from probus good, honest, from pro for, in favor + bus (akin to Old English bēon to be) more at pro , be Date …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • prove — provable, adj. provability, provableness, n. provably, adv. provenly, adv. prover, n. /proohv/, v., proved, proved or proven, proving …   Universalium

  • validity — n 1. effectiveness, effectivity, effectualness, effectuality, efficaciousness; potency, Literary. puissance, force, forcefulness, forcibleness, power, powerfulness, strength, vigor, vigorousness; substan tialness, substantiality, substantiveness …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • un — un·abridged; un·accountable; un·answered; un·aware; un·balance; un·be; un·believe; un·bending; un·blown; un·bolted; un·bound; un·cal·low; un·certain; un·cial; un·ci·form; un·cle; un·clean·ly; un·co; un·collectible; un·comely; un·common;… …   English syllables

  • unprovableness — un·provableness …   English syllables

  • prove — [pro͞ov] vt. proved, proved or proven, proving [ME proven < OFr prover < L probare: see PROBE] 1. to test by experiment, a standard, etc.; subject to a testing process; try out 2. to establish as true; demonstrate to be a fact 3. to… …   English World dictionary

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