Redargue vs Reargue - What's the difference?

redargue | reargue |


As verbs the difference between redargue and reargue

is that redargue is (scotland|transitive) to defeat (someone) in an argument while reargue is to argue again.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

redargue

English

Verb

(redargu)
  • (Scotland) To defeat (someone) in an argument.
  • (Scotland) To refute, rebut (a proposition, argument etc.).
  • * 1771 , Tobias Smollett, Humphry Clinker , Penguin Classics, 1985, p.27:
  • The objections you mention, I humbly conceive, are such as may be redargued , if not entirely removed.

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    reargue

    English

    Verb

    (reargu)
  • To argue again.
  • *{{quote-news, year=2009, date=August 24, author=Brad Stone, title=For Sports Obsessed, a Site Tries to Please Every Fan, work=New York Times citation
  • , passage=There will always be sports fans ready to relive and reargue the merits of celebrated professional sports teams like the 1995 Dallas Cowboys. }}