Argument [noun]

Definition of Argument:

verbal fight

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Sentence/Example of Argument:

Barr was explicit about setting the table for that argument in an interview with a Chicago Tribune columnist this week.

What was important for us was finding a solution that fit the customer behavior—that’s the key argument for moving users from an illegal website to a legal one.

A super PAC funded almost entirely by Illinois megadonor Richard Uihlein, Restoration has run a string of ads in the Midwest supporting local Republican candidates and making very different arguments against Joe Biden.

Murphy says that from October 2018 to March 2019, he, Nielsen, and other top DHS officials discussed how best to present their argument to Congress for building a wall on the southern border with Mexico.

You kind of need a case study to have a solid argument for an advertiser.

Its argument that news isn’t that important to it commercially may well be true.

We say that beliefs should be shaped by evidence and rational argument.

I have an argument here that the Pirahã language does not have any of that.

Many people when presented with the argument above, would settle it at once with the word "socialism."

"But I don't see what you can shoot with it," said Davy, feeling that he was somehow getting the worst of the argument.