falsifiable

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falsify +‎ -able

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falsifiable (comparative more falsifiable, superlative most falsifiable)

  1. Logically capable of being proven false.
    The sentence "It will rain tomorrow" is falsifiable, while the sentence "It is what it is" is not.
  2. Capable of being falsified or forged.
    A digital signature algorithm must be not falsifiable.

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falsifiable (plural falsifiables)

  1. falsifiable

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