Definition of "triable"
  1. Could be examined in a court or a quasi-judicial proceeding
How to use "triable" in a sentence
  1. The facts of the case are triable as they are subject to in-depth examination.
  2. The question of liability is a triable matter, requiring thorough review.
  3. The contractual dispute between the parties was found to be triable, warranting a formal hearing.

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