disputant[ dih-spyoot-nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disputant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPUTANT
"The South is defensive, and the North aggressive," one disputant might say.
Evelyn Ames, the other disputant, had been an enigma at college.
I had no wish to be known as a disputant or an experimentalist.
And tell Dewint I shall become a disputant on the landscape.
The disputant must acquire promptitude in the employment of them.
The disputant says, "Fire must be non-hot because it is artificial."
His opponents say that he is too much of a poet to be a critic; he is certainly too much of a poet to be a disputant.
"Reste savoir," said I to myself, with the disputant at Nismes.
Another is a file; and he is a disputant, a controversialist.
Hang it man, whatever you may have been at Oxford University you are no disputant now.