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Synonyms for argument

Synonyms for argument

a course of reasoning

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a fact or circumstance that gives logical support to an assertion, claim, or proposal

what a speech, piece of writing, or artistic work is about

Synonyms for argument

a fact or assertion offered as evidence that something is true

a discussion in which reasons are advanced for and against some proposition or proposal

a summary of the subject or plot of a literary work or play or movie

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(computer science) a reference or value that is passed to a function, procedure, subroutine, command, or program

a variable in a logical or mathematical expression whose value determines the dependent variable

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The basic arguement was: Bobby's scoring goals, so give him a go Fabio.
Stay calm and think your arguement logically and as simply as possible.
Paya, European Public Opinion and Turkey's Accession: Making Sense of Arguement For or Against, EPIN, European Policy Institutes Network Working Paper no.
Universities always countered this arguement saying they wanted to build relationships with the sector and required more on-the-job 'internship', for the students.
As persuasive as Butler's suggestion is, surely we need to stay loyal to the inquiring tone that underpins this arguement and give Butler's work, however respectfully, a gentle nudge.
Some of the words students consistently get wrong include arguement (argument), Febuary (February), Wensday (Wednesday), ignor (ignore) and que (queue).
I am not a smoker, I stopped nearly 5 years ago, so I can see this arguement from both sides of the fence.
It is not known why they fought or what caused the arguement.
The arguement was that women would become sterile or become hysterical if they pursued higher education, and that educated women would turn away from what was expected of them--to be a wife and mother, and that ultimately this would lead to race suicide.
D Leavis's meaning has sometimes to be worked for, and she certainly likes long sentences-they are essential to the kinds of modifications and qualifications in arguement that literary criticism needs to make.
He went on to chart what he calls "one of the BBC's many instances of brutality" when a producer cut short the career of an unnamed group after losing an arguement with their manager.
As their customers have come to understand that potential, ERP companies have been forced to react, in many cases stepping back from that classic marketing arguement and demonstrating that they embrace web services - albeit tentatively.
As Asda and the Co-operative Group continue to campaign to cut the amount of salt in processed food on health grounds, the Salt Manufacturers' Association has questioned the science behind their arguement.
One arguement for creating a unified command for Sub-Saharan Africa is that foreign policy in Africa has been reactive rather than proactive, causing the military to undertake a continuing series of contingency operations.
As the arguement goes, the athlete might feel secure and confident, but not relaxed, and therefore would not know how to respond to this statement on a 7-point scale.