Refute

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

[v] - overthrow by argument, evidence, or proof 2. [v] - prove to be false or incorrect
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Refute

Re·fute' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Refuted ; present participle & verbal noun Refuting .] [ French réfuter , Latin refuteare to repel, refute. Confer Confute , Refuse to deny.] To dispro
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refute

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.' (Addison) ... Synonym: To
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Refute

• (v. t.) 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.
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REFUTE

To refute a proposition or theory is to establish or prove that it is false. Lately many people have taken to using
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