Thesaurus / argumentative

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The passengers were “non-mask compliant, rowdy, argumentative” and harassed crew members, the airline said.
Driven to bay, the Countess had a sudden accs of argumentative power.
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN
Really, my dear Sir, really;' and the little man took an argumentative pinch of snuff, and looked very profound.
THE PICKWICK PAPERSCHARLES DICKENS
It is lively, bright, picturesque, and argumentative; and it tells the reader very much of the manners of Rome at the time.
THE LIFE OF CICEROANTHONY TROLLOPE
To adduce an opinion without some argumentative reason to support it, shows great precipitancy of idea.
The long, excited, argumentative phrases of modern assaults were unknown; and so was the almost inevitably consequent scrimmage.
The argumentative value of Lavington's book may be taken for what it was worth.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
It follows that they must not be argumentative beyond what is fitting.
But my argumentative fact was met by a reference to the unfortunate affair between the Leopard and the Chesapeake.
JACK IN THE FORECASTLEJOHN SHERBURNE SLEEPER
They were drowned by argumentative voices within him that shaped their reasons more and more for an outward audience.
ROMOLAGEORGE ELIOT

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