Examples of irrefutable in a Sentence
There is irrefutable evidence that he committed these crimes.
the irrefutable reply of “Because I like it!”
Recent Examples of irrefutable from the Web
After one episode of How To Be a Girl, an irrefutable fact becomes clear: Three-year-olds can and do know themselves in ways some of us never will.
But this much seems clear: The moment calls for some sort of hyperfactual counterinsurgency that treats every false meme as a baby Hitler to be killed in its crib with irrefutable facts.
Stone’s answer, accompanied by much hedging about the need to look for irrefutable evidence of fraud, added up to a maybe, or maybe not.
To British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Britain’s 80,000-man garrison in Suez was irrefutable proof that his nation remained an imperial force.
But given the difficulties of picking a face out of a crowd at a checkpoint or the ease with which people can forge ID papers, any irrefutable evidence that can mitigate the jailbreak is surely a relief to U.S. forces.
The blogosphere is continually expanding, but only deadspin.com has any irrefutable influence among nonbloggers.
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Origin and Etymology of irrefutable
Late Latin irrefutabilis, from Latin in- + refutare to refute
First Known Use: 1607See Words from the same year
IRREFUTABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of irrefutable for English Language Learners
: not able to be proved wrong : not capable of being refuted
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