Falsifiable meaning

fôlsəfīəbəl
Logically capable of being proven false.

The sentence "It will rain tomorrow" is falsifiable, while the sentence "It is what it is" is not.

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(philos.) Designating or of a statement, theory, etc. that is so formulated as to permit empirical testing and, therefore, is open to being proven false.
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Origin of falsifiable

  • falsify +‎ -able

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