reargue

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re·ar·gue

 (rē-är′gyo͞o)
v. re·ar·gued, re·ar·gu·ing, re·ar·gues
v.tr.
1. To argue again or repeatedly.
2. Law To present the argument for (a case) that a decision by the court was mistaken because a rule of law was overlooked or because the facts of the case were misunderstood.
v.intr.
Law To reargue a case.

reargue


Past participle: reargued
Gerund: rearguing

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
I reargued
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we reargued
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Present Continuous
I am rearguing
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Present Perfect
I have reargued
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Past Continuous
I was rearguing
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Past Perfect
I had reargued
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Future
I will reargue
you will reargue
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Future Perfect
I will have reargued
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Future Continuous
I will be rearguing
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rearguing
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rearguing
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rearguing
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Conditional
I would reargue
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Past Conditional
I would have reargued
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