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irrebuttable Line breaks: ir|re¦but|table
Pronunciation: /ˌɪrɪˈbʌtəb(ə)l/

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Definition of irrebuttable in English:


Unable to be rebutted.
Example sentences
  • There is without doubt a very strong presumption in favour of a course of action which will prolong life, but… it is not irrebuttable.
  • This creates an irrebuttable legal fiction unconnected with the facts.
  • Other presumptions, including irrebuttable presumptions of law, such as the age of criminal liability, belong more properly to the substantive law.

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