- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of refute.
“Crain refutes charges that he sought to keep Mehlman out of print.”
“And for Castro, the name refutes other long-held beliefs that the Stonewall demonstrators were all white gay men.”
“The use of "conspiracy theory" as a derogatory term, as an epithet almost, is something the government propagandists have perfected over the decades and it's a useful tool for eliminating articulate dissent and the use of that term refutes information that might be inconvenient for policy agenda. ”
“If anything this picture and it's title refutes the notion of God.”
“And when a person with a male screen name refutes another male, it's fine, but if 'he' is later revealed to be female, the yelping is astounding.”
“Secondly the grassroots efforts of Obama, which of course has led to major $$$$ kind of refutes the meme of his not going to the local level, doesnt it?”
“| Reply | Permalink as we said in the post, this is the most recent poll we could find that looks at the demographic breakdowns in the key states in a fine-grained enough way. and nowhere did we say that it "refutes" the conclusion in today's Q poll -- the opposite, in fact”
“So here we see a denialist using a rejected idea of the early 1970s, which other people in his camp use as an example of bad climate science, as good science which "refutes" AGW.”
“I'm not saying that the evidence currently available to us "refutes" intelligent design.”
“Somehow, I think that nothing about the Studds situation "refutes" any claim about Hastert.”
Looking for tweets for refutes.