[ ih-ref-ruh-guh-buhl ]
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Part of Speech adjective
Origin + Etymology
1525–35; Late Latin; irrefragābilis, equivalent to Latin ir-ir-2 + refragā(rī) to resist, oppose + -bilis-ble
  • immortal
  • durable
  • perpetual
  • enduring
  • immutable
  • permanent
  • everlasting
  • unfading
  • abiding
  • ephemeral
  • temporary
  • breakable
  • destructible
  • perishable
not to be disputed or contested
A) The evidence presented in the court was irrefragable, leading the jury to sentence him as guilty. B) She thought her reasoning was irrefragable, although many believed her to be in the wrong.
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