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controversy
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
disagreement — especially regarding a public issue that arouses strong feelings
  • During a controversy of this character, Jeems Cunningham testified that his mother spelled it Cunningham on deeds and things, but she was really a Coningham, she was an uncertain speller, a seldom reader, and was given to looking far away sometimes when she sat on the front gallery in the evening.
    p. 220.8
controversy = disagreement
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