- controlling image,
- controlling interest,
- contucci, andrea,
Origin of controversial
Examples from the Web for controversialist
But quite apart from Carlyle's worth as a moral teacher or as a controversialist, his place in literature is very high.Victorian Literature|Clement K. Shorter
Moreover, I must confess that this is a point on which I, for one, cannot write in the spirit of a controversialist.The Church of England cleared from the charge of Schism|Thomas William Allies
As a controversialist he was peerless, and as a saintly character modern times have not produced his superior.The Young People's Wesley|W. McDonald
The latter work was attacked by Burnet and others, but the author showed himself as keen a controversialist as ever.
"Nature never intended you for a controversialist, my good Bateman," he added to himself.Loss and Gain|John Henry Newman
1580s, from Late Latin controversialis "pertaining to controversy," from Latin controversia (see controversy).