There was one link in the chain of evidence that would be irrefragable if discovered.
To her, the authority of the Church was paramount,—was the only irrefragable thing.
Ambrose rested his resistance on grounds which the people understood at once, and recognized as irrefragable.
This part of the argument must appear to every reader as irrefragable.
Max Mller declares the evidence of language to be irrefragable, and it is the only history we possess prior to historic periods.
Is one to call it "accident" or "coincidence," this sign of an irrefragable logic?
He despatched, therefore, Chavigny in all haste from Narbonne with irrefragable evidence of the treaty made with Spain.
For, our belief in His existence is an irrefragable proof that He exists.
He laid that down as a general axiom, and presented it as an irrefragable truth for the universal use of humanity.
Yet there it is with the irrefragable proof of consciousness.