Far be it from me to controvert these views, if any one likes to hold them.
He says it is purely speculative, but he does not controvert it.
A herd of others were suborned to aggravate the charges, and to controvert whatever evidence the prisoner might bring forward.
My short residence at Castlebar did not tend to controvert these impressions.
If, then, he agrees with my statement, why endeavor to controvert it?
This different suggestion Jabe did not take the trouble to controvert.
I could not controvert this; and yet uneasily, vaguely, I felt there must be a fallacy somewhere.
"'Es," answered Denny, seeing no reason to controvert this reasoning.
The doctrine of materialism, adverted to by Mr. Irvine, it is the province of divines to controvert.
No architects have ever attempted seriously to controvert this proposition.