disproof

[dis-proof]
noun
1.
the act of disproving.
2.
proof to the contrary; refutation.

Origin:
1525–35; dis-1 + proof

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disproof (dɪsˈpruːf)
 
n
1.  facts that disprove something
2.  the act of disproving

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Example sentences
Equally, a disproof would be the mathematical equivalent of an earthquake,
  destroying decades of work at a stroke.
It was no disproof of clerical logic, but it was a reasonable point.
In many ways, it was the birth of modern astronomy--a shining disproof of the
  belief that the heavens were fixed and unchanging.
Either they make no contentions which are subject to disproof or they quickly
  redesign doctrine after disproof.
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