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  • a  given to or characterized by argument
    an argumentative discourse
    argumentative to the point of being cantankerous
    an intelligent but argumentative child

  • We are an argumentative species.
  • A schoolmate remembers him as "very argumentative in class.
  • Though the questioning grew pointed a couple of times, it never became argumentative or acrimonious.

  • Samuel Alito in The Associated Press
    ...Brand, a lawyer who helped prepare former President George W. Bush's nominees, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito, for their Judiciary hearings, said the subject sits through "tough questions, argumentative questions,...
  • Studs Terkel in Washington Post
    It was those loners _ argumentative ones, deceptively quite ones, the talkers and the walkers _ who, always engaged in something outside themselves, unintentionally became my mentors,Terkel wrote in "Touch and Go."
  • Mike Nolan in
    He takes responsibility for it,Nolan said. "He was not argumentative in any way. He was disappointed for a number of reasons. The first one was that he felt he let his team down at a crucial time. ...... He did not blame it on anyone...

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