argue

[ ahr-gyoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF argue

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARGUE

"I'll tell you how it is," said the big man in the tone of one who is willing to argue a point.

Mrs. Roberts was not in the mood to argue; she was bent on information.

But, for all that, I don't mean to argue Mrs. Roberts' cause.

"But I can't see——" Aggie began to argue with the petulance of a spoiled child.

Then they would crowd around the Cacique of the Sun to argue the matter.

I didn't stop to argue with him for I saw the storm coming on.

But it was in vain for our hero to argue the point; he was detected—no matter how or by whom.

I know that for a fact, and there's no need for me to argue about it.

They will surely give me time to consider: to argue with myself.

He jerked his head away and swung round in his chair to argue the matter.

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