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  • adjective Not refutable.


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un- +‎ refutable


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  • I note the cautious language you employ - 'unrefutable'.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with... 2008

  • I note the cautious language you employ - 'unrefutable'.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with... 2008

  • Israel is another country that was founded on the basis of indiscriminate immigration, accepting old, diseased, IQ less etc. people (the only condition is to have some remote connexion to the Jewish people, like a credible Jewish grandmother or unrefutable myth of being former Jews, like Ethiopian Falashas).

    A Childish Question About Immigration, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty 2009

  • Well, here we are, in September, with cloudy skies and cool breezes and the unrefutable knowledge that autumn is closing in.

    Oh joy, a blog post pabba 2009

  • The most important thing about "getting in people's faces about this" is to have a trio of unrefutable talking points that last no more than 20 seconds.

    They shop around / Follow you without a sound Matthew Guerrieri 2009

  • Unless their is absolutley compelling and unrefutable evidence that the parents were not involved then they should remain as suspects.

    Hugh Muir's diary 2012

  • Any of you that vote for McCain in November could not have shared any of Hillary views since Hillary has an unrefutable stance against The Republican perspective.

    A Clinton backer turns to McCain 2008

  • The Geoffrey campaign as a steady unrefutable drumbeat could lead to deep cracks in the armour around the Obama psyche.

    Obama: oh yeah, about that “no new taxes” pledge 2010

  • When I first read about the "socks" angle of the Spitzer story, I couldn't help but think that it was a direct descendant of the fake news planted by the British spies (the book goes into the hallmarks of a good plant - unrefutable, strange enough to make people curious, keeps popping up to make sure that the story can't fade away, etc.).

    Sex and the single-minded journalists 2008

  • This blogger has recently come into "smoking gun" evidence that shoots major holes through key points of Phil's story and provides unrefutable proof that the "facts" in his post are not as he reports.

    Archive 2009-10-01 2009


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