controvert[ kon-truh-vurt, kon-truh-vurt ]SEE DEFINITION OF controvert
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTROVERT
That you know your duty, and will not offer to controvert his will?
Moreover, there are few now remaining who of their own memory could controvert or correct me.
He says it is purely speculative, but he does not controvert it.
My short residence at Castlebar did not tend to controvert these impressions.
This different suggestion Jabe did not take the trouble to controvert.
We do not controvert; we only wish to deliver our testimony, and there to leave the matter.
I did not choose to controvert his opinions; but, "thinks-I-to-my-self," ah!
"'Es," answered Denny, seeing no reason to controvert this reasoning.
No architects have ever attempted seriously to controvert this proposition.
She could not controvert this; she merely waited to see what further he had to say.