Entry from British & World English dictionary
(Of a rule) inviolable: an irrefrangible law of country etiquette
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- This is the irrefrangible policy on which the philosophy and the network of Gnet was founded and developed.
- Its spontaneous timely events are articulations of the continuous nature of creation, intimations about the irrefrangible unity underlying it.
- They deplore the fighting psychology, contending with irrefrangible logic that ‘two wrongs never make a right.’
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