rebuttal


re·but·tal

noun \ri-ˈbə-təl\

Definition of REBUTTAL

:  the act of rebutting especially in a legal suit; also :  argument or proof that rebuts

Examples of REBUTTAL

  1. <an effective rebuttal to her claim of having the gift of clairvoyance>

First Known Use of REBUTTAL

1830

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Rhymes with REBUTTAL

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