Synonyms & Antonyms : Controversy


( Noun )

That is the question that has given rise to much controversy.







Contextual Examples:

The judge advised the parties to settle their dispute mutually.

He tried to win the case by furnishing ingenious arguments.

The lawyer failed to produce any witness to prove his contention.

He is miser and starts bickering if he has to spend even a meager amount on an avoidable item.

He was awarded the first prize in the college debate competition.






Contextual Examples:

India and Yugoslavia have signed a new bilateral agreement to expand their trade.

The disputing parties came to a compromise owing to the mediation of a well-wisher.

Opposition parties have reached an accord on the nomination of candidates for Membership of the Legislative Assembly.

There was unanimity of opinion on the basic issue among the participants.

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