Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not argued; not debated; also, not argued with; not disputed; not opposed by argument.
- Not censured.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Not argued or debated.
- adj. obsolete Not argued against; undisputed.
- adj. A Latinism. Obs. Not censured.
- un- + argued (Wiktionary)
“It is sometimes suggested that ontological naturalism rests, not on reasoned argument, but on some kind of unargued commitment, some ultimate decision to nail one's philosophical colours to the naturalist mast. [”
“Which is why your comment is nothing but unsupported and unargued assertions.”
“Not unlike the unargued, instant decision to drive a car off a cliff.”
“I am, but you appear not to be because every time you mention 'science' and 'evidence' you hijack the warrant those concepts enjoy on behalf of an unargued for naturalist worldview.”
“Later in the book, Moore proposes paper ballots as one of the very few key reforms needed by our nation, and yet he repeatedly makes clear his unargued belief that electronic machines have not yet done any damage.”
“Of course, this reply is usually plain nonsense, since it depends on the completely unargued, and in fact easily refuted, principle that the only alternatives on the table are (1) partisan politicking in government elections, or else (2) doing nothing.”
“For him, this is the be all and end all of everything, his key unargued and indefensible bedrock presupposition that simply must be accepted.”
“This decision is basically an advisory opinion and should be given the weight of an unargued and unbriefed court statement.”
“Here the unargued identification of the subject of Parmenides 'discourse as “whatever can be thought of or spoken of” prefigures Owen's identification of it as “whatever can be thought and talked about,” with both deriving from fr.”
“The longer you allow the leftist language and assumptions to go unargued, the longer they persist and damage intelligent public thinking on this issue.”
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