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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The 60 most supported contributions on the platform (10 per theme) will receive an official and well-argued response from the rapporteurs.
AT ALST a reasoned, well-thoughtout and well-argued case for Brexit appears on the this page by Emrys Roberts.
So, if the Centre and the states together have produced a sound well-argued report, why should those numbers be not accepted?
Well-argued methodical explanations were hoped to have convinced the quorum of the discovery's worthwhileness.
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I ALWAYS enjoy reading George and Barbara Moore's well-argued and well-written letters.
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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.
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.
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.
Elisabeth Eide provides a succinct and well-argued summary of debate on freedom of expression in Norway over press coverage of public sentiment surrounding the Norwegian shootings of 22 July 2011.
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.