Irrefragable

Part of speech: adjective

That can not be refuted or disproved.

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Usage examples "irrefragable":

  1. The law surrounds the prisoner with a coat of mail, that only irrefragable proofs of guilt can pierce, and the law declares her innocent, unless the proof you have heard on her trial satisfies you, beyond a reasonable doubt, that she is guilty. - "At the Mercy of Tiberius", August Evans Wilson.
  2. In proof of this assertion he submits to the consideration of the reader a mass of irrefragable authority, and indisputable historical incidents. - "Monks, Popes, and their Political Intrigues", John Alberger.
  3. And even the little that Viola could communicate seemed, to the ignorant ascetic, irrefragable proof of sorcery and witchcraft; he had, indeed, previously heard some of the strange rumours which followed the path of Zanoni, and was therefore prepared to believe the worst; the worthy Bartolomeo would have made no bones of sending Watt to the stake, had he heard him speak of the steam- engine. - "Zanoni", Edward Bulwer Lytton.