Definition of Argy-bargy

1. Noun. A verbal dispute; a wrangling argument.




Definition of Argy-bargy

1. Noun. A verbal argument. ¹

2. Verb. To argue. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Argy-bargy

argumentum ad verecundiam
argumentums ad hominem
argus
argus-eyed
argus pheasant
argus shell
arguses
argutation
argutations
argute
argutely
arguteness
argutite
argy-bargied
argy-bargies
argy-bargy (current term)
argy-bargying
argyle
argyles
argyll
argylls
argyr-
argyria
argyrias
argyriasis
argyric
argyrin
argyrins
argyrism
argyrite

Literary usage of Argy-bargy

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1889)
"And whether richt or wrang, To flyte on them, or fleer, It's hardly worth a sang For a' the time we're here. argy-bargy to the last, Ye'll find there's aye ..."

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