[ kon-truh-vur-see; British also kuhn-trov-er-see ]
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But it is futile to engage in the controversies of the past.

Of this, as of many other controversies, a clear definition might have been the end.

The controversies that have raged over it make this course necessary.

He was the better Christian in his controversies with Christians.

They say, that the Church has authority in controversies; they do not say what authority.

Elizabeth had no mind for controversies which would set her people by the ears.

But fame brought other and less unpleasant distractions than controversies.

He should settle their controversies, but not in a partial manner.

She carefully avoided all violent passions and all controversies.

An allusion to the controversies on anabaptism and the real presence.