CC Ādi 7.135

sakala sannyāsī kahe, — ‘śunaha śrīpāda
tumi ye khaṇḍile artha, e nahe vivāda
Word for word: 
sakala — all; sannyāsī — the Māyāvādī sannyāsīs; kahe — say; śunaha — please hear; śrīpāda — Your Holiness; tumi — You; ye — that; khaṇḍile — refuted; artha — meaning; e — this; nahe — not; vivāda — quarrel.
Translation: 
All the Māyāvādī sannyāsīs said, “Your Holiness, kindly know from us that we actually have no quarrel with Your refutation of these meanings, for You have given a clear understanding of the sūtras.