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Saturday, June 17, 2006
Word Tip

"Arguably" and "inarguably" are not opposites. Unlike the well-known pair "flammable" and "inflammable", this is accomplished by having the the "-arguably" in "inarguably" mean "it cannot be argued to be false", while the bare word "arguably" means ""it can be argued to be true".

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