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argumentative

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishargumentativear‧gu‧men‧ta‧tive /ˌɑːɡjəˈmentətɪv◂ $ ˌɑːr-/ ●○○ adjective  ARGUEsomeone who is argumentative often argues or likes arguing He quickly becomes argumentative after a few drinks.
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argumentativeWhen I've had a few drinks I get a little argumentative.But a stubborn, argumentative child may try to draw you into too many debates as you try to establish a connection.To understand a text, especially a political text, it is necessary to understand its argumentative context.It can help decipher the messages of propagandists, who seek to mislead by covering up their own argumentative contexts.Under changed circumstances, implicit themes, both justificatory and critical, could be jerked into argumentative explicitness.an argumentative lawyerThere is a change in the sense that argumentative qualifications may be discovered, as implicit qualifications are made explicit.Quarrels of the argumentative type increased with age.
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