Examples of polemical in a Sentence
during the Middle Ages even theologians could be surprisingly polemical in their writings
an unnecessarily polemical look at the supposed incompatibility between science and religion
Recent Examples of polemical from the Web
As promised, McConnell has delivered, successfully confirming even appellate judges with polemical pasts.
Within the heat of polemical exchange, there’s unfairness on both sides.
An already polemical fight sharpened when President Trump’s administration came into power and began to methodically dismantle Obama-era policies.
Laura Ingraham’s latest book, Billionaire at the Barricades, offers a polemical history of American politics over the past 30 years.
Blog posts are short, topical, and often polemical in a narrow way.
Somewhere in the middle is The Oxford American, the venerable literary journal, less overtly polemical than Scalawag, but more apt to tackle the hard questions than Garden
Her personal odyssey is more stirring than any polemical manifesto could be.
To the Editor: The unnecessarily polemical attacks by Frederick Crews on Sigmund Freud’s career and scientific reputation remain puzzling for one significant reason.
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