Definition of irrefragably in English:

irrefragably

adverb

  • See irrefragable

    • ‘The calling of priest separates him distinctly and irrefragably from the lives of the peasants, to whose spiritual needs he officially ministers.’
    • ‘The African approach to time has delved irrefragably into her very lifeblood.’
    • ‘It may indeed be irrefragably averred that the institution of mass media could not have been envisaged or derived even until late feudalism.’
    • ‘Yet, as the record showed, there were circumstances irrefragably indicating that some person had gained access to old Jaffrey Pyncheon's private apartments, at or near the moment of his death.’
    • ‘Unless people can irrefragably prove that the rulers seized power wrongfully, they are obliged to submit.’