well-argued


Related to well-argued: forthright, congenial

well-argued

adj (well argued when postpositive)
having been reasoned, proposed, or debated convincingly
Translations

well-argued

[ˌwelˈɑːgjuːd] ADJrazonado
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Contract Notice: To provide professional support to the Customer Forum to ensure it can meet its new responsibilities effectively in providing the Commission with well-considered and well-argued independent advice based on its experience, and in ensuring effective participation with Scottish Water in its task of meeting the objectives agreed during the price review 2015/2021 and now embedded in Scottish Water~s business and delivery plans.
The Handy English Grammar Answer Book is a straightforward, accessible guide to the fundamental English grammar, including punctuation advice, insights into writing, analysis of the different parts of a sentence, organizing a well-argued essay, and much more.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell's coherent alternative to Tory austerity was a well-argued new policy to promote growth and create a fairer country while reducing the deficit.
I always enjoy reading Brian Nathan-Partridge's well-argued and well-written letters - even though I rarely agree with a word he says - and would like to reassure him that Jeremy Corbyn is not the raving loony leftie that he fears.
We had the referendum, obviously it was a hard-fought and well-argued campaign, but there was a clear majority of people in Scotland who wanted to stay in the UK.
EU is calling the shots over HS2 KEVIN Flanagan's well-argued criticism of the cost of HS2 misses the point as he is looking for some form of logic or rationale as to its construction.
As Nick Forbes is in charge of the transport portfolio for the combined authorities, he should be able to make a well-argued case for such investment.
I thought that it was a well-argued rebuttal of the sexism that had been deployed against her but also putting into a larger context, by pointing out that it should not be acceptable, to engage in that kind of discriminatory speech and behaviour," she said.
There are two possible areas where the KHDA would be wise to allow well-argued exceptions to their latest fee cap.
Chappell provides a concise, clearly written, and well-argued account of what happened in the civil rights movement in the decade or two following the Baptist preacher's death.
Jason Ananda Josephson's book on the "invention of religion" is an informative, well-argued, and stimulating discussion of an important topic that should be fascinating to anyone interested in religion in modern Japan or religion in any historical or cultural context.
He said: "There have been some well-argued and detailed reports by leaders in health boards and social services departments showing how they are preparing for this winter.