Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, mid 16th century
Not able to be refuted or disproved; indisputable.
Examples of Irrefragable in a sentence
"As a student, it was Kevin’s irrefragable right to play football on school property."
"It was an irrefragable truth that Wren was the best manager that the restaurant had ever employed."
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This word finds its origins in the Latin word “irrefragabilis,” from the combination of the words “in” (not) + “refragari” (oppose).
Did you Know?
It takes a specific process to prove that a hypothesis is irrefragable. The scientific process gives a framework for testing and then verifying a hypothesis through producing repeatable results.