Definitions of "traverse"
  1. A rejection of a specific fact claimed in the legal paperwork submitted by the other party
  2. The act of disputing a statement of fact or a legal accusation in a court case
How to use "traverse" in a sentence
  1. The defense lawyer decided to traverse the prosecution's assertion of guilt in the opening statements.
  2. In response to the allegations against my client, we will traverse in order to put doubt on their credibility.
  3. In the legal proceedings, it's their strategy to traverse the facts presented by the other side to strengthen their case.

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