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rebuttal

n. evidence introduced to counter, disprove or contradict the opposition's evidence or a presumption, or responsive legal argument.

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A spokesman for Mersey Docks said: "We rebutt any suggestion of collusion.
(58.) David Gibson, Catholic Bishops Rebutt Modified Contraception Mandate, USA TODAY (Feb.
As a supporter of Albion for nearly 60 years, I was so disturbed and appalled by the accusations that I sent a copy of the paper to the club suggesting they should rebutt them if incorrect or, if not, then a very serious inquest should take place.