Arguable

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Opinion BasisPlay
Use 'arguable' when a subject is open to personal interpretation, reflecting diverse views. SlideWhether modern art is meaningful is arguable.
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Discussion StarterPlay
Introducing a topic with 'arguable' invites discussion or debate, showing you're open to ideas. SlideIt's arguable whether homework benefits younger students.
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Neutral PositionPlay
'Arguable' is useful for expressing neutrality without committing to a particular stance. SlideIt's arguable that both sides have valid points.