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McDaniel offered a similar argument the same day as her tweet.

You can reasonably make cases for seven rookies, and the arguments for each differ pretty dramatically.

For how solid Bledsoe was in the regular season, and despite how special his defense can be, there’s a fair argument to be made that he’s simply not a consistently strong enough offensive player to go forward with in postseasons.

The race to replace Filner had fierce arguments but Kevin Faulconer and David Alvarez refrained mostly from drawing those same kind of lines of who was good and who were the villains of San Diego politics.

By that time, the mayor had fleshed out a larger argument, connecting environmental pollution to quality-of-life and health issues in what he dubbed “the urban environment.”

This is why arguments for little to no federal oversight of education are so disturbing.

Open-carry activists are known for baiting cops into on-camera arguments about the Second Amendment and state laws.

Allen met every one of his arguments with a forceful counterargument.

Better, she says, to use local Muslim leaders and others in civil society to criticize militant arguments.

But it was fun to not write people as people, but missiles and machines as people—with feelings, and arguments, and romance.

He tried the effect of ridicule on the wretched and despairing Louis; and to one of his arguments, he at last extorted a reply.

A judicial record was made of all of this matter, and authentic papers with the arguments of each party.

"I have heard all these arguments before," said Gilbert, sorry for his misplaced confidence, when it was too late.

The Marshal's arguments seemed about to prevail when news arrived that Bruyre, commanding the cavalry, was seriously wounded.

I am afraid the arguments in favour of this last will not bear even so much knocking about as those just considered.


On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to arguments, such as: squabble, clash, exchange, brawl, disagreement, and controversy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.