Etymology
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disputatious (adj.)

"pertaining to or characterized by dispute; inclined to disputing," 1650s; see disputation + -ous. Related: Disputatiously. In the sense "inclined to disputation," earlier words were disputative (1570s), disputeful (1630s); Shakespeare used disputable (c. 1600).

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Definitions of disputatious

disputatious (adj.)
inclined or showing an inclination to dispute or disagree, even to engage in law suits;
a disputatious lawyer
Synonyms: contentious / combative / disputative / litigious
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