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refel

verb re·fel \ri-ˈfel\
re·felledre·fel·ling

Definition of REFEL

transitive verb
obsolete

Origin of REFEL

Latin refellere to prove false, refute, from re- + fallere to deceive
First Known Use: 1530

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