Definition of Redargue

1. v. t. To disprove; to refute; toconfute; to reprove; to convict.



Definition of Redargue

1. Verb. (context: Scotland transitive) To defeat (someone) in an argument. ¹

2. Verb. (context: Scotland transitive) To refute, rebut (a proposition, argument etc.). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Redargue

1. to disprove [v -GUED, -GUING, -GUES] - See also: disprove

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redargue

redaction
redactional
redactions
redactor
redactorial
redactors
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redaguerreotype
redaguerreotyping
redamage
redamaged
redamages
redamaging
redan
redans
redargue (current term)
redargued
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redate
redated
redates
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redback
redback vole
redbacks
redbait

Literary usage of Redargue

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1. A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges by Albert Harkness (1886)
"Observe that in each of these examples the mood in the conclusion It entirely Independent of the condition. Thus, redargue Is a command; moriar, ..."

2. A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges by Albert Harkness (1892)
"3 Observe that in each of these examp'es tho mood in the conclusion is entirely independent of the condition. Thus, redargue is a command; moriar, a prayer, ..."

3. A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges by Albert Harkness (1881)
"Thus, redargue Is a command ; mortar, a prayer, Subjunctive of Desire ; quid timeam, a deliberative question (484, V.) ; and velim, a Potential Subjunctive ..."

4. The Scots Law Times by Scotland Land Court (1893)
"In order to redargue it, however, he must establish the contrary, and therefore the accused here had to prove that no milk solids were abstracted from the ..."

5. The Records of the Proceedings of the Justiciary Court, Edinburgh, 1661-1678 by Edinburgh (Scotland). Justiciary Court, William George Scott-Moncrieff, John W. Weston (1905)
"... by witnesses of greater number and more integrity, even as for this Cause Assises of Error of a double number are allowed to redargue ordinary assises, ..."

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