disputation

[ dis-pyoo-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF disputation

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In a word, is not the art of disputation a power of disputing about all things?

But heresies have polluted every church, and schisms are the fruit of disputation.

It is reported that something in the nature of a disputation was now held.

Nothing had been accomplished, therefore, when the disputation ceased.

But to leave this technical, though not wholly unreal, disputation.

The whole town is a scene of vociferation, disputation, and fighting.

Parvise seems to have been a porch, used as a school or place for disputation.

I have no time for disputation, as you know, and you profit by the knowledge.

Meanwhile the hall of disputation was crowded with an expectant audience.

Neither are they a subject for scientific controversy or disputation.

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