At the risk of beating this to death, a short rebuttal to the . . . rebuttal.
That is still how I feel, and I thought his rebuttal was borderline insulting.
When the UCSA voiced opposition to HR 35, Israel-aligned forces cried foul at the rebuttal.
Back on the front page, beside the "C," my father had slashed his own rebuttal.
“George is not a Machiavellian self-interested monster,” Ashton said calmly on the last day of rebuttal.
Two arguments in rebuttal will at once be brought forward, both apparently conclusive.
Alhamid felt it necessary to make a mild speech in rebuttal.
In debating, this repulse, this destruction of the arguments of the opposition, is called refutation or rebuttal.
Montcalm waited for some rebuttal from his supporters, but none was forthcoming.
And what, the article further demanded, had her friends to offer in rebuttal but her social position, her youth and her beauty?
A reply intended to show fault in an opponent's argument.