Definition of refragable in English:

refragable

adjective

rare
  • Capable of being refuted or controverted.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in John Florio (1553–1625), author and teacher of languages. From classical Latin refragārī refragate + -ble, originally after Italian † refragabile. Compare Middle French refragable, post-classical Latin refragabilis able to be resisted.

Pronunciation

refragable

/ˈrɛfrəɡəbl/