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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprebuttalpre‧but‧tal /prɪˈbʌtl/ noun [countable]  a statement that a politician makes saying that a criticism of them is false or unfair, before the criticism has been maderebuttal Wiggins issued a prebuttal against his opponent’s speech, even before the text was delivered to reporters.
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