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He locks them up in the barracks where they used to argufy and makes them jump out of the windows.
THE NAPOLEON OF THE PEOPLEHONORE DE BALZAC
You're the last man I'd have expected to hear argufy for faith without works.
ANNALS OF A QUIET NEIGHBOURHOODGEORGE MACDONALD
May Irwin's motto, "Don't Argufy," isn't so bad as a working maxim, after all.
LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF GREAT TEACHERSELBERT HUBBARD
"Miss Prue and her pa do argufy to beat the band," Nancy remarked to Jenny the cook as she waited for hot cakes.
THE LITTLE RED CHIMNEYMARY FINLEY LEONARD
I hev let ye argufy 'bout'n it; ye hev hed yer fill of words.
HIS "DAY IN COURT"CHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK (AKA MARY NOAILLES MURFREE)
It's argufy here and argufy there, an' while yer at that, me an' the rest av us is squeezin' the fun out o' life.
ROMANY OF THE SNOWSGILBERT PARKER
I wish you could a heard par argufy that question with the ministers.
HIGHLIFE IN NEW YORK: A SERIES OF LETTERS TO MR. ZEPHARIAH SLICK,ANN S. STEPHENS
Tain no use ter argufy erbout it; dems de creeturs dat speerets rides whin dey comes back ter dis worl.
BYPATHS IN DIXIESARAH JOHNSON COCKE
It ain't in me to argufy wi' 'ee, and, maybe, tear both our hearts.
THE SOUL OF SUSAN YELLAMHORACE ANNESLEY VACHELL
For what skill had I to argufy with a man of such infinite parts?
THE LADIESE. BARRINGTON

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