Definition of Redarguing

1. Verb. (present participle of redargue) ¹



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Definition of Redarguing

1. redargue [v] - See also: redargue

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redarguing

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redaguerreotype
redaguerreotyping
redamage
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redan
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redargue
redargued
redargues
redarguing (current term)
redargution
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redbait
redbaited
redbaiter
redbaiters

Literary usage of Redarguing

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1824)
"... no doubt the chances are infinitesimally small, that any person, concerned from his own interests in the redarguing of the said claim, will fail to come ..."

2. Resolves, Divine, Moral, Political by Owen Felltham (1832)
"If after, he did fly out, it was the redarguing of his misguided friends, not his being stripped of all, that moved him. Nay, it is certain, ..."

3. The Bards of the Bible by George Gilfillan (1853)
"Many are redarguing the whole questions of supernatural inspiration and the Scripture canon from their foundations ..."

4. The American Presbyterian Review by Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood (1867)
"The best arguments of his opponents he seta aside by his empirical doctrine of causation, of which he says again, in redarguing the theory of a soul: " all ..."

5. The New Statistical Account of Scotland by Society for the Benefit of the Sons and Daughters of the Clergy (1845)
"... Archbishop of Canterbury, a Bull from Pope Boniface VIIL, redarguing the King's claim to the superiority of Scotland, and setting forth the title of his ..."

6. Latin Phrases and Maxims: Collected from the Institutional and Other Writers by John Trayner (1861)
"... is chiefly of importance in redarguing the presumption of law, that the person who contracted with him was taking advantage of his youth and ..."

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