Definition of 'rebuttal'
Example sentences containing 'rebuttal'
That day and much of the next, he went through the charges point by point and wrote out a detailed rebuttal.Christianity Today (2000)
This week we publish a rebuttal that, at the very least, will delight connoisseurs of academic duelling to the death.The Times Literary Supplement (2012)
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