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
While evidence that this week’s sieges were carried out by Iranian Kurds is becoming irrefutable, the Iranian authorities are typically reluctant to admit to having homegrown terrorists or to reveal their ethnic backgrounds.
Democrats have pointed to that strategy as irrefutable proof that Republicans have no interest in reaching across the aisle on health care.
Others say the evidence of obstruction is irrefutable.
No, exactly the opposite: A cameo by the creator bestows nothing if not an irrefutable blessing on the whole production.
Never mind tons of irrefutable evidence to the contrary.
This past fall millions of Americans sent a remarkable and irrefutable message in their vote.
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.
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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
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Definition of irrefutable for English Language Learners
: not able to be proved wrong : not capable of being refuted
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