[ih-ref-yuh-tuh-buh l, ir-i-fyoo-tuh-buh l]
- not capable of being refuted or disproved: irrefutable logic.
Origin of irrefutable
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indisputable, incontrovertible, undeniable.
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Examples from the Web for irrefutable
Regardless, the place of Gone With the Wind in film history is irrefutable.How 'Gone With the Wind' Got Made
September 10, 2014
Snyder and Raskopf, alas, have a case—not an irrefutable case, but a case—on First Amendment grounds.So Redskins Sponsor FedEx Is OK With That Racist Team Name, Too?
June 20, 2014
It is amazing how tongue-tied they get when you present them with irrefutable information.How the NRA Enables Massacres
May 24, 2014
The evidence that Saudi citizens were involved was irrefutable, and the Saudi security services had missed it.Prince Bandar bin Sultan, Saudi Arabia’s Gatsby, Master Spy
November 16, 2013
The chief Iranian negotiator, Saeed Jalili, then characterized uranium enrichment as an “irrefutable” right.Where Does Geneva Leave Us?
October 22, 2013
And that cannot be denied; the certificates are there, irrefutable.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
The scientific mind must have proof, undeniable, irrefutable proof.The Golden Woman
To this logic, which was irrefutable, poor Encisco could make no reply.South American Fights and Fighters
Cyrus Townsend Brady
The thing existed in his mind, not as a picture, but as a piece of irrefutable evidence.Five Tales
Such is the proof we look upon as irrefutable, as complete and perfect.Reincarnation
- impossible to deny or disprove; incontrovertible
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Word Origin and History for irrefutable
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