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March 6th, 2002 - 1:57 a.m.I'm Currently Avoiding:
You know what? Earlier, I knew what I was going to write about, but I've forgotten now, so you just get the wonder that is...
irrefragable (adj. ih-REH-fruh-guh-bul)
1 : impossible to refute
2 : impossible to break or alter
Since at least 1533, irrefragable has been used as an English adjective modifying things (such as arguments or data) that are impossible to refute. It derives from the Late Latin adjective irrefragabilis (of approximately the same meaning), which is itself derived from the Latin verb refragari, meaning to oppose, resist. Irrefragable rather quickly developed a second sense referring to things (such as rules, laws, and even objects) that cannot be broken or changed. There was once also a third sense that applied to inflexible or obstinate people.
Ha. This is a great word. Irrefragable. I don't even care what it means, it just seems cool to say. New favorite word. Everything I say is irrefragable damnit, because I said so!
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And I like it that way.