Examples from the Web for rebuttal
One way to start: Time the release of the Senate report to coincide with the release of a CIA rebuttal.Never Forget? The CIA Report and the Problem With Hindsight|Philip Mudd|March 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But I believe the report should be declassified along with the CIA rebuttal.Ex-CIA Top Lawyer: Release the ‘Black Site’ Report|Eli Lake|March 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He denied, however, that Steadfast Jazz was in any way a rebuttal to Zapad-13.
Back on the front page, beside the "C," my father had slashed his own rebuttal.
Howard Kurtz defends the glamorous style of presidential debates in a rebuttal to Stuart Stevens.
Often the rebuttal speeches of debate, coming at the close of the regular debate speeches, seem reserved for all the refutation.
However, he offered no rebuttal, nor did he reprove his daughter.The Secret Pact|Mildred A. Wirt
To the surprise of all, the Commonwealth's attorney signified his purpose to offer testimony in rebuttal.Overshadowed|Sutton E. Griggs
If not all the speakers are to speak in rebuttal the team itself decides which of its members shall speak for all.
And this argument he offers in rebuttal to Odysseus about resisting the onslaught of Hector.Essays and Miscellanies|Plutarch
Culture definitions for rebuttal
A reply intended to show fault in an opponent's argument.