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to prove or show to be false

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And even if there should be some one who is able to disprove the truth of my words, and who is satisfied that justice is best, still he is not angry with the unjust, but is very ready to forgive them, because he also knows that men are not just of their own free will; unless, peradventure, there be some one whom the divinity within him may have inspired with a hatred of injustice, or who has attained knowledge of the truth--but no other man.
Because, so long as the evidence against him was vague and intangible, it was very hard to disprove.
There is no logically necessary connection between events at different times; therefore nothing that is happening now or will happen in the future can disprove the hypothesis that the world began five minutes ago.
He did not believe a word of the story, and yet, how discredit or disprove it?
How well these indolent watchers discharged their duties, after the assault, has never been known, inasmuch as nothing occurred to confirm or to disprove their subsequent vigilance.
Your inexperience of the world, Miss Tulliver, prevents you from anticipating fully the very unjust conceptions that will probably be formed concerning your conduct,--conceptions which will have a baneful effect, even in spite of known evidence to disprove them.
The evidence provided by Ryanair and the Irish Aviation Authority conclusively disproves these false claims about Ryanair s fuel policy and/or Ryanair s outstanding safety record.
Ken Buraczynski shows how math rejects evolution in "A Thesis on How Plane Geometry Disproves Evilution"
I figured that it would not take long for folks to come out suggesting that the current cold weather disproves global warming.
The isolation of few-layer graphene, which is also known as graphene film, disproves that idea.
Certainly disproves the myth that history is boring.