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Refutable vs. Refute

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Refutableadjective

Able to be refuted, or shown to be false.

Refuteverb

(transitive) To prove (something) to be false or incorrect.

Refutableadjective

Admitting of being refuted or disproved; capable of being proved false or erroneous.

Refuteverb

(transitive) To deny the truth or correctness of (something).

Refutableadjective

able to be refuted

Refuteverb

To disprove and overthrow by argument, evidence, or countervailing proof; to prove to be false or erroneous; to confute; as, to refute arguments; to refute testimony; to refute opinions or theories; to refute a disputant.

‘There were so many witnesses in these two miracles that it is impossible to refute such multitudes.’;

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Refuteverb

overthrow by argument, evidence, or proof;

‘The speaker refuted his opponent's arguments’;

Refuteverb

prove to be false or incorrect

Refuteverb

prove (a statement or theory) to be wrong or false; disprove

‘these claims have not been convincingly refuted’;

Refuteverb

prove that (someone) is wrong

‘his voice challenging his audience to rise and refute him’;

Refuteverb

deny or contradict (a statement or accusation)

‘a spokesman totally refuted the allegation of bias’;

Refute

The defence called several respectable witnesses who were able to refute the false testimony.

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