Her reach - and ability to generate traffic - knows few bounds:
The Oxford English Dictionary has just named “refudiate” word of the year. The Oxford link seems to be crashing at the moment, from volume, no doubt.
And actually, "refudiate" isn't a bad neologism/malapropsim at all. It has a certain something to it, even if it also suggests that the refutation in question may well be based upon hyperbogus assumptions.
UPDATE: But what about malamanteau?!