- to refute
- He denied the accusation hotly.
- A witty often caustic remark.
- The author has since delivered a damning counterblast to her critics.
- He told me all this very much later but I've put it down here with the idea of exploding those first wild rumors about his antecedents which were n't even faintly true.
- But as if to contradict his statement at that instant a violent clap of thunder seemed to shake the house to its very foundation while a sudden gust of wind mingled with rain extinguished the lamp he held in his hand.
- But he picks apart some crude versions of post-enlightenment secularism.
- In his letter hu feng raised three questions of principle which we have deemed it necessary to repudiate at some length.
- Express in spite of possible refutation.
- Historical facts refute such a fallacy.
- Second it must give the opposing party a meaningful chance to rebut the information or to present additional arguments that would put the noticed facts into a more favorable light.united states v.abilene& southern ry. 265u.s.2741924.
- His remarks were intended to be completely nonracial; a nonracial reason for the peremptory challenge of the juror.
- She refutes any suggestion that she behaved unprofessionally.
- I refuted him devastatingly from point to point.
- A acute persecutor has been executed with salutes of flutes and refutation of an absolute mute.
- To challenge the above explanation was the undoubted fact that he had never shown any impatience with the monotony of his life.