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admission acknowledgment or acceptance of a point at issue. [1/4 definitions]
agitation the stirring up of public unrest or controversy over some social or political issue. [1/3 definitions]
arbiter someone who has the authority to decide an issue or settle a dispute; arbitrator.
arbitrate to submit an issue or dispute for settlement or decision by arbitration. [1/4 definitions]
arbitration the consideration and decision of an issue or dispute by an arbiter. [2 definitions]
argument a discussion in which there is disagreement along with presentation of various sides of an issue. [1/5 definitions]
argumentation a discussion of an arguable or debatable issue. [1/2 definitions]
arise to result or issue (often fol. by from). [1/4 definitions]
back number any previous issue of a periodical.
bit2 (informal) matter or issue. [1/4 definitions]
bone of contention an issue or matter that causes or is the focus of disagreement.
bye something that has minor or secondary importance; side issue. [1/2 definitions]
canvass to discuss or debate (an issue, question, or the like) thoroughly. [1/8 definitions]
capital stock the entire amount of stock authorized for issue by a corporation. [1/2 definitions]
cause célèbre any court case, issue, or controversy that arouses great public interest or debate.
challenge to make or issue a challenge. [1/7 definitions]
come to issue or originate (usu. fol. by from). [1/9 definitions]
commission to grant or issue an order giving (some person or group) authority to perform a certain task or function. [1/9 definitions]
committee a group of persons chosen or volunteering themselves to work together to solve a problem or resolve a particular issue.
complicate to make (a problem, issue, or situation) more difficult or complex. [1/3 definitions]
concern a matter or issue that engages attention. [1/6 definitions]