What is another word for unsuasible?
[ ʌnswˈe͡ɪzəbə͡l], [ ʌnswˈeɪzəbəl], [ ʌ_n_s_w_ˈeɪ_z_ə_b_əl]
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Synonyms for Unsuasible:
n.• insusceptible (noun)
How to use "Unsuasible" in context?
It's not uncommon to hear something called an "unsuasible" hypothesis. This simply means that the theory or idea cannot be proven or disproven. But why is it so hard to disprove something that's, by definition, impossible? After all, if something is impossible, it can't really be tested, right? Wrong! In reality, impossible things can and often are proven. It all comes down to how you go about trying to disprove them.
Take, for example, the theory of evolution. Evolution is an unproven theory, meaning that it can't be proven false.
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