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dis·proof / disˈproōf/ • n. a set of facts that prove that something is untrue: the theory also provides a disproof of the principle of closure. ∎  the action of proving that something is untrue: considerations that are subject to scientific verification or disproof.

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disproof XVI. f. DIS- 6 + PROOF, after disprove XIV. — OF. desprover; see DIS- 2.

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