Thesaurus / disputatious
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The pronunciation of the word puzzles the visitor, and even the natives grow gently disputatious on the subject.
I believe one great source of our concord is, that neither he nor I are disputatious, which is not the case with any of them.
LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF DAVID HUME, VOLUME II (OF 2)JOHN HILL BURTON
He says that the Sophist is a disputatious man who challenges every one for speaking falsehood.
But the wisdom of the Greeks was professional and disputatious, and thus most adverse to the investigation of truth.
NOVUM ORGANUMFRANCIS BACON
He is generally arrogant, disputatious, autocratic, and ambitious.
SIMON EICHELKATZ; THE PATRIARCHULRICH FRANK
That disputatious Scotchman in the second Row with Spectacles, and—teeth.
LETTERS OF EDWARD FITZGERALD TO FANNY KEMBLE (1871-1883)EDWARD FITZGERALD
But we put in a lot of things that seem to me to be merely disputatious, and we didn't write it in the best form.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF WALTER H. PAGE, VOLUME IIBURTON J. HENDRICK
But the authority of the encyclopedia gave his naturally disputatious nature a stimulus not to be resisted.
THE SKIPPER AND THE SKIPPEDHOLMAN DAY
Judgments become too refined and men tend to become merely disputatious and subtle.
THE HOLY EARTHL. H. BAILEY
I had sate down sulky and discontented, and disposed to be silent—the wine rendered me loquacious, disputatious, and quarrelsome.
ROB ROY, VOLUME 1., ILLUSTRATEDSIR WALTER SCOTT
WORDS RELATED TO DISPUTATIOUS
- easily offended
- out of humor
- chip on shoulder
- have a bone to pick
- itching to fight
- ready to fight
- have chip on shoulder
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