- counter- ("contrary") + argue, on the pattern of counterargument (Wiktionary)
“They'd have a point, but then you could counterargue that the Diaries are his last great work of art, and no less valuable for having been created with even less visible conscious intent than anything else he produced.”
“Of course, conservatives will undoubtedly argue that this proves that women were better off in their traditional at-home roles home before they were liberated into unhappiness, and progressives will counterargue that women's dreams of liberation have been thwarted by institutions and customs that have not changed enough.”
“But I get tired of lectures from economists that I need to understand Economics 101 in order to counterargue cases such as regulation or otherwise.”
“I do understand—having discussed issues like this with many libertarians and I consider myself libertarian in many ways but I've got a greater respect for truth that you will counterargue with some specious point about the soviet union and the US capitalism and "see, I rest my case" or some such nonsense.”
“But the right would counterargue that this benefit does not actually exist for gay people, and that a constitutional ban is a fair and democratic way to keep it from coming into existence by antiliberal means, which is to say, by judical fiat.”
“If I were arguing in the style of the IDers, I would then counterargue that you are in fact pushing on the gas pedal and pumping gas into the car.”
“Too vague - I could assert anything, and you could reasonably counterargue “nuh unh!””
“Robert answers: Too vague - I could assert anything, and you could reasonably counterargue “nuh unh!””
“Can't we counterargue that God is punishing Louisiana for having a foreigner as their governor?”
“Some white Hamptonites counterargue that Iverson and his companions behaved thuggishly, and were defended only because they were black and, perhaps more important, star athletes.”
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