• (verb): Give evidence of.
    Synonyms: indicate
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on argue:

Argumental - Format - Rounds - Flip-flop
... Each team is given a different topic to argue about in this round ... The team representative must argue for the motion until a buzzer sounds at which point they must argue against the motion ...
Pro Hominem
... To argue pro hominem is to argue for the person presenting the argument rather than to argue in favor of the argument itself ...
James Argue
... James Henthorne Argue (2 June 1848 – 4 March 1927) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada ... Argue was born in Ireland, and received a grammar school education ... The Conservatives won this election, and Argue served in the legislature as a government backbencher ...
Criticism Of Evolutionary Psychology - Reductionism and Determinism
... Such critics argue that a reductionist analysis of the relationship between genes and behaviour results in a flawed research program and a restricted interpretation of the ... new by being parts of the whole." They argue that reductionist explanations such as the hierarchical reductionism proposed by Richard Dawkins will cause ... They argue it is at the root of discoveries such as the world being made up of atoms and complex life being the result of evolution ...
Salvia Divinorum - Legal Status - Opinions and Arguments
... Opponents of more prohibitive measures against Salvia argue that such reactions are largely due to an inherent prejudice and a particular cultural bias rather than any actual balance of ... high-strength extracts, most salvia proponents otherwise argue against stricter legislation ... consideration of Salvia divinorum's potential for beneficial use in a modern context argue that more could be learned from Mazatec culture, where salvia is not really associated with notions of drug ...

More definitions of "argue":

  • (verb): Present reasons and arguments.
    Synonyms: reason

Famous quotes containing the word argue:

    Aphorisms are essentially an aristocratic genre of writing. The aphorist does not argue or explain, he asserts; and implicit in his assertion is a conviction that he is wiser and more intelligent than his readers.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)

    The most sensible people to be met with in society are men of business and of the world, who argue from what they see and know, instead of spinning cobweb distinctions of what things ought to be.
    William Hazlitt (1778–1830)

    Typical of Iowa towns, whether they have 200 or 20,000 inhabitants, is the church supper, often utilized to raise money for paying off church debts. The older and more conservative members argue that the “House of the Lord” should not be made into a restaurant; nevertheless, all members contribute time and effort, and the products of their gardens and larders.
    —For the State of Iowa, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)