\\ˈkän.trəˌvərzhən also -rsh-\ noun (-s)
Etymology: Medieval Latin controversion-, controversio, alteration of Latin controversia controversy
2. : the act of controverting

an argument in controversion of an assertion

3. [Latin controversus + English -ion] : a turning in the opposite direction

a general controversion in ethics

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