- not to be disputed or contested.
Origin of irrefragable
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But we put it on the irrefragable logic of the materialist's own premises and conclusions.Life: Its True Genesis
R. W. Wright
To her, the authority of the Church was paramount,—was the only irrefragable thing.Earl Hubert's Daughter
Emily Sarah Holt
These laws, therefore, I now repeat, and beg of you to observe them as irrefragable.The Crown of Wild Olive
This part of the argument must appear to every reader as irrefragable.
The position of each was at once irrefragable and impossible.Voltaire
- not able to be denied or refuted; indisputable
C16: from Late Latin irrefrāgābilis, from Latin ir- + refrāgārī to resist, thwart
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Word Origin and History for irrefragable
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