Definition of Argufiers

1. Noun. (plural of argufier) ¹



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Definition of Argufiers

1. argufier [n] - See also: argufier

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Argufiers

argot
argotic
argots
arguability
arguable
arguably
argue
argue out
argued
arguendo
arguer
arguers
argues
argufied
argufier
argufiers (current term)
argufies
argufy
argufying
arguido
arguidos
arguing
arguli
argulus
argument
argument-form
argument-forms
argument ad hominem
argument form
argument forms

Literary usage of Argufiers

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1. Neither Dead Nor Sleepingby May (Wright) Sewall by May (Wright) Sewall (1920)
"And with these argufiers march the literal-minded spiritualists, the great credulous crowd, profoundly gulled by their own imaginations. ..."

2. Bernard Shaw, the Man and the Mask by Richard Burton, Bernard Shaw (1916)
"I fancy that all good argufiers have said in their hearts: from such a debater, good Lord, deliver us! And so we begin with a contentious publicist and end ..."

3. The Anglo-Saxon Review by Randolph Spencer Churchill (1900)
"These, by strenuous exertions, have even been reduced to conformity with grammar, but are inevitably subject to quibbles by the school of ' argufiers '; the ..."

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