argumentative

[ ahr-gyuh-men-tuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF argumentative

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARGUMENTATIVE

"That's not the case," he observed with argumentative calmness.

Uncle Remus seemed to boil over with argumentative indignation.

Voices from forward came to him, muffled, but angry and argumentative.

“I think your fear is all an empty affair,” he said, in an argumentative tone.

But he was an old bird, and not to be caught in an argumentative cage.

With an effort he restrained his anger, and assumed an argumentative tone.

And this is not the only case of the kind in his argumentative poetry.

She did miss Betty's freshness and bright, argumentative ways.

He was beginning to take an argumentative interest in the strength of his own case.

He had been told that his letter was argumentative and true, and that in itself had been much.

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