disproof disproof


  1. (n) any evidence that helps to establish the falsity of something
  2. (n) the act of determining that something is false


  1. The balloting was free and unbossed, and in sharp disproof of Communist charges that it was a French-sponsored fraud.
  2. Over the past year, the effort has produced a mountain of data but little more than a molehill of definite proof or definitive disproof of product plugs.
  3. The fact that marble veins are indiscriminate in their choice of subject, spiritual and carnal, is no disproof.
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furtive furtive
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