Rebut

Re·but' (re*bŭt') transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Rebutted ; present participle & verbal noun Rebutting .] [ Old French rebouter to repulse, drive back; prefix re- + bouter to push, thrust. See ...
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Rebut

Re·but' intransitive verb 1. To retire; to recoil. [ Obsolete] Spenser. 2. (Law) To make, or put in, an answer, as to a plaintiff's surrejoinder. « The plaintiff may answer the rejoinder by a surrejoinder; on which the defendant may rebut Blac...
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Rebut

• (v. i.) To make, or put in, an answer, as to a plaintiff`s surrejoinder. • (v. t.) To drive or beat back; to repulse. • (v. t.) To contradict, meet, or oppose by argument, plea, or countervailing proof. • (v. i.) To retire; to recoil.
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Rebut

To introduce evidence disproving other evidence previously given or reestablishing the credibility of challenged evidence.
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