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- adjective of an argument, sometimes hyphenated Characterized by
equivocationor by overly complexor specious argumentation; improperly reasoned.
- noun uncountable, sometimes hyphenated
Chopped logic: reasoningwhich is improper; sophistry.
- noun obsolete, countable, usually hyphenated A
logic chopper: one who makes confusingor specious arguments, especially arguments involving equivocation.
- verb To argue
skillfully, using complexlogic or cleverreasoning.
- verb To make an argument which is illogical, especially one which is overly complex or which improperly uses
fineor clever distinctions; to equivocate.
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