Definition of "rebuttable" [re•but•ta•ble]

  • Capable of being rebutted. (adjective)

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Use "rebuttable" in a sentence
  • "What law schools should do is establish a rebuttable presumption in admissions that a college graduate without any postgraduate experience work or otherwise is not ready for law school."
  • "Given that the Lanham Act has no statute of limitations, the court analogized to the 6-year statute of limitations for fraud; the claims here had been around for longer than that, raising a rebuttable presumption of laches."
  • "Some courts treat incontestability as creating a rebuttable presumption of strength, but the analysis should be separate: “there is no apparent reason that the incontestable status of a mark should automatically translate into a well-known mark.”"