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From Middle English chalengeable; equivalent to challenge +‎ -able.


challengeable (comparative more challengeable, superlative most challengeable)

  1. Able to be challenged or disputed.
    • 2009 April 1, Adam Liptak, “Justices Limit the Reach of Apology to Hawaiians”, in New York Times[1]:
      It follows, Justice Ginsburg wrote, that “if a defendant is tried before a qualified jury composed of individuals not challengeable for cause, the loss of a peremptory challenge due to a state court’s good-faith error is not a matter of federal constitutional concern.”