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www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/controvert

Define controvert: to dispute or oppose by reasoning; to engage in controversy — controvert in a sentence.

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Controvert definition, to argue against; dispute; deny; oppose. See more.

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Controverted definition, to argue against; dispute; deny; oppose. See more.

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If you controvert something, you dispute it. If you argue for a new pony, your parents will controvert your argument by pointing out you said the same thing about ...

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Definition of controvert - deny the truth of (something)

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Controvert. To contest, deny, or take issue with. A claim of reckless driving alleged in a plaintiff's complaint that initiates a lawsuit for Negligence is controverted ...

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tr.v. con·tro·vert·ed, con·tro·vert·ing, con·tro·verts. To raise arguments against; voice opposition to. [Back-formation from controversy.] con′tro·vert′i·ble adj.

dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/controvert

controvert definition, meaning, what is controvert: to say or show that something is not true: . Learn more.

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