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Here, again, I am sure my irrefragable independence has been the root cause.
Might we hope, still with the old irrefragable transcendentalism?
I was mindful of the mystic danger and irrefragable lure that had overcome the others.
To make their attraction intellectually acceptable, they do not require that an irrefragable case for belief be established.
As for the Ranyhyn, their choices were irrefragable; beyond her comprehension.
These facts are all attested by irrefragable tradition.
The astronomer, the geometer, rely on their irrefragable analysis, and disdain the results of observation.
"I suppose not," replied Harry, with that air of irrefragable innocence which is so disconcerting to his critics.
"By definition," it said, "irrefragable means impossible to refute.
The irrefragable accusation of our lives.
Even sorrow was leprosy, numb corruption: meaningless and irrefragable.
There, now, is something convincing, irrefragable, final, what?"
The court often assumes that a federal agency acted properly unless an employee offers "irrefragable proof to the contrary."
The cold had become irrefragable.
They support one another as plants and animals do; they are based ultimately on credit, or faith, rather than the cash of irrefragable conviction.
It was the irrefragable chain that connected the present to the classical past and gave his beloved Rome the aura of eternity.
That is the everlasting, irrefragable fact.
It was an eyot of day and night-rugged, hoary, and irrefragable.
"The fact, man, the irrefragable fact!"
Then his form frayed, and he flowed out of the gathering, leaving behind him silence like an inchoate and irrefragable loneliness.
La Fontaine, however, was declared conqueror, on account of his profound erudition and his irrefragable logic.
She sank into dreams of stone- the irrefragable gutrock of Revelstone.
He was an earth-man in his devotion to the irrefragable fact, and his logic was admirable though frosty.
Tradition is to be scouted when it is found inconvenient, but cited as irrefragable truth when it suits the case.
This cannot be pushed in by the hand afterwards, and remains, therefore, an irrefragable proof of the want of watchfulness on the part of the attendant.
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