Refudiate (transitive verb)

  1. To reject a fact that "doesnt feel that comes from the gut" with disapproval and condemnation. The act of rejecting a libural action/fact that transgresses against truthiness or actions from the gut, and doing so with a lot of rage.


1. Mooslims are building a mosque to convert us into Islam. We need to refudiate its construction to salvage America or we are going to die!
2. You say Global Warming is Real? I refudiate your reality, you dirty hippie!
3. You cannot refudiate Tax-cuts for the Rich, they can still save our economy! That makes no sense, you stupid libural!

The word was coined by Sarah Shakespalin.

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From a strictly lexical interpretation of the different contexts in which Palin has used "refudiate," we have concluded that neither "refute" nor "repudiate" seems consistently precise, and that "refudiate" more or less stands on its own, suggesting a general sense of "reject."

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