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  • s  inclined or showing an inclination to dispute or disagree, even to engage in law suits
    a disputatious lawyer

  • Through it all, the trademark Falwell manner was on public display: the presentation of disputatious and highly debatable assertions in tones of sweet reason, congeniality in the .
  • The most fascinating of these adventurers was one Joseph Wolff, a disputatious Jew turned Anglican missionary, who set out in 1843 to rescue two British officers held captive in .
  • High-powered and high-salaried, they are as disputatious, selfish and disdainful of each other as they are talenteda galaxy of stars, singularly burning with a hard, cold light.
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  • The Limits of Speech in India
    India is the world’s largest democracy, with possibly the world’s largest number of political parties (six national, 22 regional, and 1500+ official unrecognized parties), and what must surely be the most disputatious and argumentative broadcast media. Anyone who has ever watched the myriad prime time talk shows, with six to ten guests shouting at each other (sometimes the host, too), would know ...
    Feb. 14, 2014 - Forbes

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