irrefutable

[ih-ref-yuh-tuh-buhl, ir-i-fyoo-tuh-buhl]
adjective
that cannot be refuted or disproved: irrefutable logic.

Origin:
1610–20; < Late Latin irrefūtābilis. See ir-2, refutable

irrefutability, irrefutableness, noun
irrefutably, adverb


indisputable, incontrovertible, undeniable.
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irrefutable (ɪˈrɛfjʊtəbəl, ˌɪrɪˈfjuːtəbəl)
 
adj
impossible to deny or disprove; incontrovertible
 
irrefuta'bility
 
n
 
ir'refutableness
 
n
 
ir'refutably
 
adv

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irrefutable
1620, from L. irrefutabilis, from in- "not" + refutabilis (see refute).
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irrefutable definition


The opposite of refutable.

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Example sentences
It thrives in a vacuum of consumer information that might give everybody an
  irrefutable reason to go somewhere else.
On the contrary, democracy is logically irrefutable.
But each layer is completely established and irrefutable.
Having burrowed into the general consciousness, it is well on the way to
  becoming irrefutable myth.
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