Definition of Refutal

1. Noun. The act of determining that something is false.

Exact synonyms: Disproof, Falsification, Falsifying, Refutation
Generic synonyms: Determination, Finding
Derivative terms: Falsify, Refute

Definition of Refutal

1. n. Act of refuting; refutation.

Definition of Refutal

1. Noun. A refutation. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Refutal

1. the act of refuting [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Refutal

refuser
refusers
refuses
refusest
refuseth
refusing
refusion
refusions
refusnik
refusniks
refut
refutabilities
refutability
refutable
refutably
refutal (current term)
refutals
refutation
refutations
refutatively
refutatory
refute
refuted
refuter
refuters
refutes
refuting
reg
regadenoson
regain

Literary usage of Refutal

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Jewish Science: Divine Healing in Judaism : with Special Reference to the by Alfred G. Moses (1916)
"... CHAPTER V. A refutal of Anti-Jewish References in Science and, Health. In this Chapter, I propose to answer and refute many anti-Jewish statements, ..."

2. Pedagogical Articles: Linen-measurer by Leo Tolstoy, Leo Wiener (1904)
"That exposition, which was directed to the refutal of other teachings, involuntarily compelled me to turn my attention to those other creeds. ..."

3. A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown by Edward Hyde East (1806)
"22. an adherence within the statute, though undoubtedly it is a refutal to ten* ... So Englishmen living in a foreign country at the .time of refutal to ..."

4. 'The sham squire' and the informers of 1798; with a view of their by William John Fitzpatrick (1866)
"... he wrote: " Be assured, not one hour shall be unnecessarily lost " in transmitting to you my entire refutal; and I am " too impatient to do away any ..."

5. The Sham Squire: And the Informers of 1798. With a View of Their by William John Fitzpatrick (1866)
"... not one hour shall be unnecessarily lost in transmitting to you my entire refutal; and I am too impatient to do away any impression that such evidence ..."

6. The Sham Squire: And the Informers of 1790. With Jottings about Ireland by William John Fitzpatrick (1872)
"... not one hour shall be unnecessarily lost in transmitting to you my entire refutal; and I am too impatient to do away any impression that such evidence ..."

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