- adj. Not refuted.
- un- + refuted (Wiktionary)
“Her you must refute, and either show, as I was saying, that to do injustice and to escape punishment is not the worst of all evils; or, if you leave her word unrefuted, by the dog the god of Egypt, I declare, O Callicles, that”
“The third element of possible menace to the country's prosperity arises from a feeling of apprehension based upon the generally confused state of the political situation, upon the uncertainty of the political outlook, upon the bitter virulence of party conflict and upon misgiving that certain unrefuted exposures, together with the effect of many as yet unproven but widely broadcasted rumours, allegations and innuendoes may cause the righteous resentment of the people to overshoot the mark, and that the shaft rightly aimed at abuses and guilt may at the same time hit and strike down prosperity.”
“you can say that your views remain "unrefuted", but it was not just me that pointed out that the laws about rape do not treat the woman as a victim.”
“When that data was shown to be in error he came back and said that his probate data only represented about 10% of his book and that left 90% unrefuted.”
“As for Dr Behe, his arguments still stand, unrefuted.”
“This is a fact that stands unrefuted, nor do I think it can be refuted.”
“I have to emphasize that I am not saying this is as it necessarily should be, but the fact that this finding has been quietly buried and remains unrefuted is more than disturbing in itself. —”
“However, when the messenger has had his arguments refuted time and time again and the messenger pretends that they stand unrefuted, the messenger suffers a credbility hit.”
“The investment bankers had understated their role -- of which more shortly -- and that portrayal had gone unrefuted.”
“The reality that the arts make cities better, generate revenue and ensure an innovative future is largely unrefuted, but it is also a matter of scale.”
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