Depth or point at which well or borehole drilling cannot continue. (noun)
Examples of word refusal
For Israelis, that refusal translates as a denial of any Jewish connection to the land, which in turn means that the conflict is still open.
Fox has repeatedly said that she loves comics, so I wouldn't assume her refusal is automatic.
Mpofu expressed concern over what he labelled the refusal of other media to give the SABC credit for anything.
Prosecutors are severely critical of his leaving the ship before the evacuation was complete, which they describe as a "refusal to do his duty."
If this refusal is the result of an offended sensibility, you cannot exert yourself too warmly in its consolation; even if it is from pride, it has a just claim to your concessions, since she thinks you have injured it; yet pause before you act, may it not be merely from a confidence of power that loves to tyrannize over its slaves, by playing with their chains? or a lurking spirit of coquetry, that desires to regain the liberty of trifling with some new Sir Sedley Clarendel? or, perhaps, with Sir Sedley himself? '