Regardless, the place of Gone With the Wind in film history is irrefutable.
It is objective data, as irrefutable as a body left in a pool of blood on the street.
The chief Iranian negotiator, Saeed Jalili, then characterized uranium enrichment as an “irrefutable” right.
So the charge of exhibitionism against them isn't merely plausible, it's irrefutable.
Snyder and Raskopf, alas, have a case—not an irrefutable case, but a case—on First Amendment grounds.
The fact that the Spaniard had been a dancer gave an irrefutable reality to the tale; Michael so worshipped every form of dancing.
And that cannot be denied; the certificates are there, irrefutable.
Gibbon in this connection says at least one irrefutable thing, and that is, that the Jewish people are men and women.
To this logic, which was irrefutable, poor Encisco could make no reply.
Nothing could be more indiscreet than the eyes of my beloved mistress; they wore the irrefutable marks of her first exploits.
The opposite of refutable.