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irrefutable

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These are the facts that are irrefutable that are mostly from the state’s own documents.

In the absence of links to original sources, the significant impact on publishers’ traffic, and the associated revenues, are irrefutable.

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It’s based on irrefutable data by high levels — they call them, computer hackers.

The parade of prosecution witnesses—from bystanders on the scene to a sitting police chief and forensics experts— collectively presented irrefutable proof of the officer’s guilt.

After a classified briefing just weeks after Khashoggi’s death, lawmakers said the evidence was irrefutable.

Regardless, the place of Gone With the Wind in film history is irrefutable.

Snyder and Raskopf, alas, have a case—not an irrefutable case, but a case—on First Amendment grounds.

It is amazing how tongue-tied they get when you present them with irrefutable information.

The charge of racism without a shred of proof, much less irrefutable evidence, is doing terrible damage to our cultural fabric.

The evidence that Saudi citizens were involved was irrefutable, and the Saudi security services had missed it.

They prove in an irrefutable manner that the two nations mixed and knew each other intimately.

If he sometimes come across a precept which is perfectly clear and irrefutable, Donald does not scruple to ignore it.

His warm and palpitating generalisations, for all the flaws in their reasoning, bear the irrefutable mark of moral reality.

To this logic, which was irrefutable, poor Encisco could make no reply.

And upon these grounds it may fairly claim to be irrefutable and inevitable.

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On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to irrefutable, such as: indisputable, ironclad, unassailable, undeniable, accurate, and apodictic.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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