Examples of rebuttal in a Sentence
an effective rebuttal to her claim of having the gift of clairvoyance
Recent Examples of rebuttal from the Web
Sipperly’s argument was a rebuttal to John Wing, a lawyer for Johnson, who spent much of Wednesday arguing that his client was innocent.
Bieber has yet to issue a rebuttal or comment on the size of his brain.
China’s stern rebuttal to Standard & Poor’s sovereign rating downgrade failed to lift local equities out of their declines on Friday, and stocks ended broadly lower to close the week nearly unchanged.
The divergence is a rebuttal to anyone who predicted a reversal in the tech giants would sound the death knell of the bull market.
When the trial resumes on Monday, Mr. Menendez’s lawyer will offer his concluding argument, and the prosecution will have a chance to offer a rebuttal.
Meanwhile, Trump's declaration that the Iran nuclear deal amounts to an embarrassment for Americans drew an angry rebuttal from Hassan Rouhani, the moderate Iranian President who helped broker the agreement during the Obama administration.
We are outraged by an unpaid Huffington Post columnist to the point of needing to write multiple rebuttals.
Trump's immediate predecessor, Barack Obama, whose Democratic administration has been endlessly berated by Trump, generally limits his rebuttals to attacks on Trump's policies -- never the man himself.
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First Known Use of rebuttal
Synonymsdisconfirmation, disproof, confutation, refutation
Related Wordscounterargument, counterevidence
Near Antonymsattestation, confirmation, corroboration, documentation, evidence, substantiation, testament, testimony, validation, witness; authentication, identification, manifestation, verification
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