All of those are important questions, but none of them are debatable (unless we see more Etch-A-Mitt).
I'm inclined to call this one for the president, but it's debatable, which means that Crowley should have let them, er, debate it.
Russell makes an ambitious and debatable choice here: She writes Ava as a clumsy, over-the-top writer.
Some people may have thought that was worth the trade off; That's a debatable point.
How widespread the effects would be is debatable, but if the goal is to provide jobs, this is an important one.
Since that was a debatable point on which the Commission had no jurisdiction to inquire, I returned no answer.
My hotel stands in the debatable land between the two districts.
There is an ominous look to these pretentious establishments holding strategic points in this or that debatable territory.
It is also an abandonment of the pretence that the question is not a debatable or open one.
Maurice did not attack him, but captured the keys of the debatable land of Cleves and Juliers.
1530s (late 15c. in Anglo-Latin), from Old French debatable (Modern French débattable), from debatre (see debate (v.)). Earliest references were to lands claimed by two nations; general sense is from 1580s.