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argumentative (adj.)

mid-15c., "pertaining to arguments," from Old French argumentatif "able to argue or reason well," or directly from Medieval Latin argumentat-, past participle stem of argumentari "adduce proof, draw a conclusion," from argumentum (see argument) + -ive. Meaning "fond of arguing" is recorded from 1660s. Related: Argumentatively; argumentativeness.

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Definitions of argumentative

argumentative (adj.)
given to or characterized by argument;
argumentative to the point of being cantankerous
an intelligent but argumentative child
an argumentative discourse
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