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argumentativeness

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality of being argumentative.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun the state of being argumentative

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He may not believe in relapse, but he is virtually becoming a poster child for signs that experts recognize can lead to relapse, such as denial, crisis-building, feelings of omnipotence, complacency, cockiness, argumentativeness, impatience and an it-can't-happen-to-me attitude.

    Dr. Tian Dayton: Charlie Sheen: Not Emotionally Sober

  • Patients who engaged in activities set out in their plans showed a reduction in the occurrence of behaviors such as agitation and argumentativeness.

    Kathryn Haslanger: New Strategies For Alzheimer's And Dementia Care Help Family Caregivers, Too

  • He may not believe in relapse, but he is virtually becoming a poster child for signs that experts recognize can lead to relapse, such as denial, crisis-building, feelings of omnipotence, complacency, cockiness, argumentativeness, impatience and an it-can't-happen-to-me attitude.

    Dr. Tian Dayton: Charlie Sheen: Not Emotionally Sober

  • Patients who engaged in activities set out in their plans showed a reduction in the occurrence of behaviors such as agitation and argumentativeness.

    Kathryn Haslanger: New Strategies For Alzheimer's And Dementia Care Help Family Caregivers, Too

  • “The longer I served in Washington, the more I saw friends studying my face for signs of a change, probing me for a newfound pomposity, searching for hints of argumentativeness or guardedness,” he wrote in The Audacity of Hope.

    THE PROMISE

  • “The longer I served in Washington, the more I saw friends studying my face for signs of a change, probing me for a newfound pomposity, searching for hints of argumentativeness or guardedness,” he wrote in The Audacity of Hope.

    THE PROMISE

  • If the candidate doesn't outwit the test, it will expose his or her propensity for arrogance, volatility, argumentativeness and perfectionist tendencies under stress.

    Extreme Hiring

  • “The longer I served in Washington, the more I saw friends studying my face for signs of a change, probing me for a newfound pomposity, searching for hints of argumentativeness or guardedness,” he wrote in The Audacity of Hope.

    THE PROMISE

  • Most people who allege to have known him personally seem to agree that Calembour was a brilliant, talkative, yet ornery and disagreeable man prone to fits of alcoholism, chain-smoking, argumentativeness, graphomania, and elitism.

    Excerpt from Calembouria (in collaboration with Anthony Metivier)

  • If being part of this tribe means that I love most everything about it -- the food, the language, the stories, the tradition, the hope, the journey, the values, the argumentativeness and the continuum -- I guess that makes me Jewish.

    Julie Gray: My Jewish Identity Crisis

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