Adjective "deniable" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/dɪˈnʌɪəb(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Able to be denied.
  1. 'They appear to be good faith efforts to deal with these problems, but from the result it's hardly deniable that the system failed disastrously.'
  2. 'How many other states could have been manipulated in plausibly deniable ways by corrupt officials?'
  3. 'You have to have quite a few of these stories for it to work, but they're deniable.'
  4. 'In other words, covert actions are deniable activities.'
  5. 'These images, part of a larger exhibition of photos taken from 2001-2002, begin to put a face on their staggeringly large numbers and aim to make their situation less deniable and more real.'
  6. 'Whether the diseased organ was infectious or not is still subject to controversy: but that the surgery relieved untold suffering is only deniable by the terminally reality-challenged.'
  7. 'The concern is that a life insurance company might turn over individually deniable medical information about a consumer to a home lending or credit card subsidiary.'
  8. 'It is hardly deniable that it is any day easier and quicker to type it out and send it, without worrying about the fact whether it will reach or be torn or stolen in the way.'
  9. 'Operations intended to be plausibly deniable usually end up as neither, and the Agency gets blamed for the unintended consequences.'

Definitions

1. capable of being or liable to be denied or contradicted.

More examples(as adjective)

"womanhoods can be deniable."

"bases can be deniable."

"adulthoods can be deniable."