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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of argufy.


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  • Zur, I have argufied the topic, and it wou'dn't be pratty -- zo I can't.

    Speed the Plough A Comedy, In Five Acts; As Performed At The Theatre Royal, Covent Garden

  • And then again, I brought to mind that Harry would be a heavy purse the better of sending me to Davy's locker, seeing we had both been just paid off, and got a lot of prize-money to boot; -- and at last (the real red devil having fairly got me helm a-larboard) I argufied with myself that Tom Mills would be as well alive, with Harry Holmes's luck in his pocket, as he could be dead, and _his_ in Harry Holmes's; not to say nothing of taking one's own part, just to keep one's self afloat, if so be Harry let his mind run as mine was running.

    Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern — Volume 4

  • Now what I wants to know is, WHAR is the 'delectible corpus' what you lieyers argufied over? "

    At the Mercy of Tiberius

  • "To be sure you did, sir, but I warn't going to let him have all his own way, so I said three, meaning, if he argufied very much, to spring another pound and make it four.

    The New Forest Spy


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