verb (used with object), re·fu·di·at·ed, re·fu·di·at·ing. Nonstandard.
- refsum's disease,
- refugee capital,
Origin of refudiate
Examples from the Web for refudiate
REFUDIATE Unlike a pit bull with lipstick, Sarah Palin has added new words to the English language.From ‘Potatoe’ to ‘Amercia’: Politicos Preserve Disorder|Ben Jacobs|May 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Sloppy wordplay like this is how abominations like “refudiate” and “ misunderestimate” end up entering the lexicon permanently.
Refudiate n. a combination of the words refute and repudiate.