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What does the acronym argue stand for?
ARGUE abbreviation definitions:
debate, reason, fence, indicate, contend.
reason, debate, fence, indicate, argue, contend.
clash, wrestle, contend, face, hassle, brawl, protest, struggle, dissent, confront, quarrel, stand, contrast, conflict, bicker, withstand, wrangle, encounter, vie, antagonize, dispute.
converse, meet, consult, debate, discuss, parley, chat, talk.
buffer, counterattack, defend, bar, cover, secure, police, rebut, backfire, barricade, respond, return, guard, oppose, fend, support, shield, retort, protect, safeguard, reply, sustain, screen, save, avert, ward, resist, answer, uphold, counter, shelter.
collide, object, challenge, defy, demur, disagree, repudiate, complain, reject, differ.
clarify, question, canvass, debate, expostulate, remonstrate, agitate, talk about.
try to convince; present support
defend, testify, exhibit, persuade, explain, evince, controvert, warrant, vindicate, show, assert, demonstrate, display, suggest, justify, present, manifest, witness, denote, plead, attest, maintain, hold, establish, reason, indicate, prevail upon, claim, elucidate, talk into, imply, appeal.
cross, sass, jump on, sock it to, hassle, knock around, hash, squabble, face off, lock horns, bump heads, buck, break with, jump, put up a struggle, wrangle, rehash, quibble, pick an argument, disagree, gang up on, bandy, row, dispute, hammer away, face down, bicker, mix it up, get in one's face, feud, go one on one, have at it, contend, put up a fight, talk back, hammer, pettifog, battle, cross swords, hash over, have at each other, quarrel, stick it to, altercate, set to.
Examples of usage:
– Jezebel's Daughter by Wilkie Collins
– Phineas Redux by Anthony Trollope
– Starr, of the Desert by B. M Bower
– Shining Ferry by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch