controversial[ kon-truh-vur-shuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF controversial
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTROVERSIAL
What does she know about controversial points and disputed dogmas?
This should put the controversial "question of the Tiadaghton" to rest.
On the contrary, every proposal bristled with controversial points.
It was too controversial, and besides I did not give it time enough.
Wells's Controversial Treatises against the Dissenters, &c. 3s.
Nothing he ever said could possibly be construed as controversial.
My controversial labours have occupied too much of my time and attention.
But these again are controversial questions and I am only noting a fact.
There grew up a mass of controversial matter which it is amusing to read now.
It is as controversial documents that these books were written.