controversy

[ kon-truh-vur-see; British also kuhn-trov-er-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF controversy

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These stables had been a subject of controversy for some time.

The copies of Hearts of Controversy were lying where he had left them on the previous night.

A month after his return to London, Hearts of Controversy was published.

The origin of these turf monuments is still a matter of controversy.

The field of controversy will never be won by their molecular "Hessians."

The controversy on the question has been long and at times violent.

And Huxley, in controversy, was no more kind to my sacra than to other people's.

The history of that controversy has been brilliantly told by Hazlitt.

I have so often come to them from the heat and turmoil of controversy.

The other women agreed with him, and snubbed the ignoramus, who retired from the controversy.

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