[ US /dɪˈspjutəd, dɪˈspjutɪd/ ]
[ UK /dɪspjˈuːtɪd/ ]
  1. subject to disagreement and debate
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How To Use disputed In A Sentence

  • Although the council has already certified several B.C. fisheries, such as hake, halibut and Fraser sockeye (the latter particularly disputed by some environmental groups) as sustainably managed, the dogfish is proving trickier. Canada.com Top Stories
  • The only defence remaining alive at present is, therefore, I suggest, the disputed decision about qualifying privilege.
  • In fairness to Mr Wilkins, had he disputed that it would have been unarguable.
  • Tyson pays his respects to the last guy who beat him and Britain's undisputed world heavyweight champion.
  • This case for a belief module is far from unassailable, and indeed every one of these prongs is still vigorously disputed, but the whole picture is compelling.
  • Similar struggles exist in east Malaysia, where the land rights of indigenous groups are bitterly disputed with loggers eager to harvest the timber for export.
  • In effect the accuracy of the vast majority of the series' facts could not be disputed or questioned in any way.
  • Although heavily cut and in indifferent mono sound, Maria Callas' version is undisputedly a classic.
  • In recognition of this iconoclast, pioneer, perfectionist and undisputed king of the tailored suit, we present five things you didn't know about Armani -- the man and the empire.
  • Some have long disputed the very idea of a frontier of ‘free land’ because of the presence of the numerous Indian peoples whose subjugation was required by the nation's westward march.
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