Designating or of a statement, theory, etc. that is so formulated as to permit empirical testing and, therefore, is open to being proven false.
Webster's New World
Logically capable of being proven false.
The sentence "It will rain tomorrow" is falsifiable, while the sentence "It is what it is" is not.
Origin of Falsifiable
falsify + -able
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