confutation (part of speech: noun)
answer (part of speech: noun)
countercharge, counter-reply, retort, reply, replication, answer, echo, acknowledgment, counter-statement, counterclaim, riposte, explanation, excuse, comeback, surrebuttal, response, return, counter-accusation
counter-evidence (part of speech: noun)
defense (part of speech: noun)
countermeasure, screen, protection, fortress, argument, resistance, harbor, cover, barrier, barricade, stronghold, shelter, safeguard, wall, aversion, buffer, guard, counterattack, security, support, shield, backfire, armor, moat
response (part of speech: noun)
- 3. Ninety days are then allowed for the taking of testimony- the first forty to the contestant, the second forty to the member- elect, and the remaining ten to the contestant for testimony in rebuttal. - "Studies in Civics", James T. McCleary.
- It is the only real world forum where we have the opportunity for international presentation and rebuttal. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.
- He could not offer in rebuttal evidence of character, reputation and standing. - "The Long Lane's Turning", Hallie Erminie Rives.