We do love our Hartford friends dearly; there can be, I think, no controverting that fact.
There was no controverting this opinion, so we continued our journey.
I am not controverting your decision about the stocks, though I think your imagination, as you say, is to blame.
We have no need to spend time in controverting this position.
There sounded from somewhere in the house a shrill little cry, arresting his thought, and controverting it without a syllable.
The only upholder of the hat was Annie Cassidy, who is fond of controverting the opinions of other people, and who despises men.
The vixen falls into a hole which she does not see, so bent is she on controverting her husband.
There being no controverting the truth of this statement, Lady Hayes made no reply.
He had been under the necessity of controverting, in some particulars, a generally accepted belief.
He was so far from controverting this right in the Judiciary, that it was his boast and his confidence.