Irrefragable definition

ĭ-rĕfrə-gə-bəl
Which cannot be refuted; indisputable, clearly right, incontrovertible.
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Impossible to refute or controvert; indisputable.

Irrefragable evidence.

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That cannot be refuted; indisputable.
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Origin of irrefragable

  • Late Latin irrefrāgābilis Latin in- not in–1 Latin refrāgārī to oppose, resist bhreg- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • 16th century. From Latin irrefrāgābilis, from refrāgor (“oppose, contest”).

    From Wiktionary