Examples of rebuttal in a Sentence
an effective rebuttal to her claim of having the gift of clairvoyance
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In an op-ed published in The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, the First Daughter defended her $25 billion plan—and offered a rebuttal to an earlier opinion piece published by the paper's editorial board which condemned her proposed policy.
The fact that the car is, if anything, slightly ahead of schedule should serve as a rebuttal to those who have criticized Musk for an inability to meet deadlines.
Indeed, in the spirited tradition of academic sport, where the gloves come off when citations are misattributed or a middle initial is misidentified, every theory of the Punic passage withers under a rebuttal.
Each side will make its argument, have rebuttals and then the arbitration panel will decide.
The unions have until next week to submit a rebuttal to the city’s response.
In his rebuttal to Mr. Comey, Mr. Trump’s personal lawyer, Marc E. Kasowitz, attacked Mr. Comey’s admission as a betrayal of his official duties and a sign of his intent to embarrass the president.
To punctuate how personal and threatening Comey’s testimony was, Marc Kasowitz, the president’s personal lawyer, offered a public and point-by-point rebuttal on Thursday afternoon.
The Republican National Committee handled rapid response rebuttal during the testimony, with Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders declining to comment on Comey-related questions during an off-camera gaggle.
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Legal Definition of rebuttal
: the act or procedure of rebutting; also : evidence or argument that rebuts
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