[ri-fyoo-tuh-tiv or ri-fyoo-tuh-tawr-ee, ‐tohr-ee]
- tending to refute; pertaining to refutation: refutative evidence.
Origin of refutative
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Yet the first book exhibits to us a specimen of negative and refutative dialectic which is not surpassed by anything 365in Plato.
If this be not done, a refutative argument may be drawn from such omission that the respondent was not aware of the relativity.Aristotle