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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rebut.

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Examples

  • It's been awhile since I've linked to my favourite Liberal spinster Cherniak, so today here's a classic piece where he "rebuts" some of the "lies" read: opinions surrounding the Liberal leadership race.

    Daily Hackery

  • It's been awhile since I've linked to my favourite Liberal spinster Cherniak, so today here's a classic piece where he "rebuts" some of the "lies" read: opinions surrounding the Liberal leadership race.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • But he "rebuts" them with adjectives and attitude, not with substance.

    RealClimate

  • But he "rebuts" them with adjectives and attitude, not with substance.

    RealClimate

  • But he "rebuts" them with adjectives and attitude, not with substance.

    RealClimate

  • But he "rebuts" them with adjectives and attitude, not with substance.

    RealClimate

  • Kirchick "rebuts" the Senate Intelligence report by noting a prior Intelligence Committee report found no evidence that the administration attempted to coerce intelligence analysts to change their judgment, but this merely begs the question since, as Senator Feinstein noted in the report, the "cauldron boiling below the surface" was the question of whether information received from "the intelligence community, whether right or wrong, good or bad, were fairly represented to the Congress and to the American people."

    Bennet Kelley: Lessons Not Learned: The Media Continues to be MIA on the Truth about Iraq War

  • Silly commenters …. validly rebuts the arguments of the commenters who disagreed w/your beloved physicist?

    Think Progress » After warmest January in history, Vancouver airlifts in snow for Winter Olympics.

  • President Bartlet, played by Martin Sheen, rebuts, Well, first of all, let's clear up a couple of things.

    Bob Cesca: Tea Party Republican Governors Embrace Socialism

  • President Bartlet, played by Martin Sheen, rebuts, Well, first of all, let's clear up a couple of things.

    Bob Cesca: Tea Party Republican Governors Embrace Socialism

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