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irrefutable

adjective ir·re·fut·able \ˌir-i-ˈfyü-tə-bəl; i-ˈre-fyə-tə-, ˌi(r)-\

: not able to be proved wrong : not capable of being refuted

Full Definition of IRREFUTABLE

:  impossible to refute :  incontrovertible <irrefutable proof>
ir·re·fut·abil·i·ty \ˌir-i-ˌfyü-tə-ˈbi-lə-tē; i-ˌre-fyə-tə-, ˌi(r)-\ noun
ir·re·fut·ably \ˌir-i-ˈfyü-tə-blē; i-ˈre-fyə-tə-, ˌi(r)-\ adverb
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Examples of IRREFUTABLE

  1. There is irrefutable evidence that he committed these crimes.
  2. <the irrefutable reply of Because I like it!>

Origin of IRREFUTABLE

Late Latin irrefutabilis, from Latin in- + refutare to refute
First Known Use: 1607
IRREFUTABILITY Defined for Kids

irrefutable

adjective ir·re·fut·able \ˌir-i-ˈfyü-tə-bəl, i-ˈre-fyə-\

Definition of IRREFUTABLE for Kids

:  impossible to prove wrong :  indisputable <irrefutable proof>

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