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ETYM French altercation, from Latin altercatio.
Dispute carried on with heat or anger; controversy; wrangle; wordy contest.
Heated argument; quarrel.
ETYM French argument, Latin argumentum, from arguere to argue.
1. A discussion in which reasons are advanced for and against some proposition or proposal; SYN. debate.
2. A fact or assertion offered as evidence that something is true; SYN. statement.
3. A summary of the subject or plot of a literary work or play or movie; SYN. literary argument.
4. A variable in a logical or mathematical expression whose value determines the dependent variable; if f equals y, x is the independent variable; SYN. independent variable.
Petty quarrel; SYN. bickering, spat, tiff, squabble, fuss.
ETYM French contention, Latin contentio. Related to Contend.
A point asserted as part of an argument.
A method of line control in which terminals compete with each other for permission to transmit over a common channel. If the channel is free, the terminal transmits. If the channel is in use by another terminal, the terminal attempting to transmit waits until the channel is free.
Quarrel; strife; opinion; belief.
Appeal, protest; competition
ETYM Latin controversia, from controversus turned against, disputed; contro- = contra + versus, p. p. of vertere to turn. Related to Verse.
A dispute where there is strong disagreement; SYN. contention, contestation, tilt, argument, arguing.
ETYM Cf. French dispute. Related to Dispute.
1. A disagreement or argument about something important; SYN. difference, difference of opinion, conflict.
2. Coming into conflict with; SYN. contravention.
ETYM Latin expostulatio.
An expression of opposition to a course of action; SYN. remonstrance, objection.
1. An angry dispute; SYN. wrangle, row, words, run-in, dustup.
2. An arrow with a four-edged head that is shot from a crossbow.
(Homonym: rho, roe).
1. An arrangement of objects or people side by side in a line.
2. A long continuous strip (usually running horizontally).
3. A linear array of numbers side by side.
4. A continuous chronological succession without an interruption.
A brief but vigorous fight.
1. A confused noise (as of hasty speaking)
2. A splashing or sputtering sound
1. To argue in an unseemly maner; to wrangle; to quarrel.
2. To debate peevishly; to dispute.
1. An angry, noisy, or prolonged dispute or quarrel
2. The action or process of wrangling