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1. argument argument


His argument was logical.
The war on Iraq is a volatile subject of political debate; any wrong word and a heated argument could spark.
I find your argument too convoluted. Couldn't you try to make it simpler and more concise?
Yea... Dima continued, talking mostly to himself. "It's as if the author of my story got into some stupid argument, retired to Fiji, and just left me here to rot."
Although an increase of unmarried mothers is needed in order to escape the declining birth rate for some reason public opinion in Japan is avoiding this argument.
My argument is indebted in a number of places to the aesthetic theories of Adorno, Horkheimer and others.
A strong argument for the religion of Christ is this — that offences against Charity are about the only ones which men on their death-beds can be made, not to understand, but to feel, as crime.
There are a lot of people who say, "it says this in Koujien," and use that dictionary as the only grounds for their argument.
In a sense, I am turning around the argument made by David Riesman in The Lonely Crowd.
Argument continues about the "White collar exemption" that exempts specific white collar workers from the "8 hours in 1 day, 40 hours a week," working hours fixed by the Labour Standards Act.
Then an argument developed between some of John's disciples and a certain Jew about purification.
An argument is a conversation in which people disagree with each other angrily or noisily
An argument is a disagreement between two or more people, but it can also be a statement backed by evidence, like your argument that your school doesn't need a dress code.
People sometimes pretend to be cheerful (pogodny wesoły) after an argument. Drivers in my city often get into arguments with other ones.
Only in philosophy can you use a circular argument and get praised for it.

2. a noisy argument or fight a noisy argument or fight



English word "row"(a noisy argument or fight) occurs in sets:

SB p. 84, 85, 86, 87

3. fight fight


It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog.
The fight for civil rights in the United States started in 1954, when the government said school had to be open to everyone.
The fight continues!
We must stop urban sprawl and fight against physical segregation while still guaranteeing the right to housing.
How characteristically quirky of him to give you both a dozen roses and a dozen camellias, and have them fight to the death!
Oh my. However much it's just a P.E. class; if you don't face it in real earnest, then when it comes to a real fight it won't do you any good.
In a fight against speculators who are dumping the U.S. currency, central banks of major countries have carried out massive concerted interventions in the market.
Pole and Hungarian - two good friends, joint fight and drinking are their ends.
It is necessary to fight AIDS with whatever weapons are at hand.
The movie "Fight Club" has a surprise ending.
The precious results of democracy are the apple of the people's eye and the people will fight to maintain these ideals.
The anti-rational, anti-justice and anti-humane Christian malignancy is rearing its head yet again as it leads the fight against homosexuality on behalf of the divine trinity of unreason, injustice and hate.
In the fight to abolish slavery Lincoln knew that he occupied the moral high ground.
When two armies oppose one another, those who can fight should fight, those who can't fight should guard, those who can't guard should flee, those who can't flee should surrender, and those who can't surrender should die.

4. a noisy acrimonious quarrel a noisy acrimonious quarrel



English word "row"(a noisy acrimonious quarrel) occurs in sets:

Argument Vocab

5. an angry dispute an angry dispute



6. an argument or disagreement an argument or disagreement



7. a line of seats



English word "row"(a line of seats) occurs in sets:

going to extremes