Definition of refutable in English:

refutable

adjective

  • See refute

    • ‘The deal's proponents argued that increasing the presence of American business and dollars in China would somehow make all that come to pass - a refutable presumption, but one that raises the bar for future trade deals.’
    • ‘The fact that there are such people is not refutable, just as there are people who do take responsibility.’
    • ‘In this whole story that is probably the least refutable idea.’
    • ‘The problem: some of the evidence may indeed have been refutable, dating as it did, in some cases, back 10 years or more.’
    • ‘‘In fact, there are so many refutable claims and irresponsible accusations contained in this 175-page report that it would take another 175 pages to correct the errors,’ Mr. Boyle said.’

Pronunciation

refutable

/rɪˈfjuːtəb(ə)l/