Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Examples and Famous Quotes of arguing in English
UK /ˈɑːɡ.juː /
US /ˈɑːrɡ.juː /
- See also argue
Present participle of argue
A contentious speech act; a dispute where there is strong disagreement
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We've spent millennia arguing.
Her looks argue despair
He argued me into going
The children are always arguing.
Had they all been arguing?
"The question of the family now divides our society so deeply that the opposing sides cannot even agree on a definition of the institution they are arguing about."
"I am not arguing that we should never use legal reform as a tactic. Instead, I argue that it should not be a goal."
"All I'm arguing for really is that we should have a conversation where the best ideas really thrive, where there's no taboo against criticizing bad ideas, and where everyone who shows up, in order to get their ideas entertained, has to meet some obvious burdens of intellectual rigor and self-criticism and honesty-and when people fail to do that, we are free to stop listening to them. What religion has had up until this moment is a different set of rules that apply only to it, which is you have to respect my religious certainty even though I'm telling you I arrived at it irrationally."
"Nationalism is war. - in arguing to strengthen the federal powers of the European Union"
"I just know that there are two theories when arguing with women. And neither one works."