The argument was irresistible.
Incontrovertible proof of the defendant's innocence.
he spoke as if he thought his claims were immune to contradiction.
Although this hypothesis cannot be refuted, it seems unlikely.
"He pays his board, just the same," was the retort.
...and though the accusation had been eagerly refuted at the time, there were moments of self-examination in which her conscience could not quite acquit her
There was a compelling logic to what Laura Bo was saying.
Emma knew this was too true for contradiction.
Made mincemeat of the opponent's argument.
"Nor aught else, except a brief, pithy, and, as it then appeared to him, unanswerable argument against the immortality of the human soul."
Using a good many irresistible proofs, the speaker beat his opponents hollow.
Of all eloquence a nickname is the most concise, of all arguments the most unanswerable.
A statement made in rebutting.
The Prime Minister made mincemeat of his opponent's arguments.
Criticisms that are not wrong can help remedy our shortcomings while wrong ones must be refuted.
These hypotheses, I contend, must be refutable in principle.
Your testimony on this matter is hardly unimpeachable.
The fact that human rights in Tibet have improved is beyond all dispute.