argufy


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ar·gu·fy

 (är′gyə-fī′)
v. ar·gu·fied, ar·gu·fy·ing, ar·gu·fies Chiefly Southern US
v.tr.
To dispute (a point).
v.intr.
To argue aimlessly.

ar′gu·fi′er n.
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argufy

(ˈɑːɡjʊˌfaɪ)
vb, -fies, -fying or -fied
facetious or dialect to argue or quarrel, esp over something trivial
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ar•gu•fy

(ˈɑr gyəˌfaɪ)

v.t., v.i. -fied, -fy•ing.
Southern U.S. to argue; dispute.
[1745–55; appar. argue + -fy]
ar′gu•fi`er, n.
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argufy


Past participle: argufied
Gerund: argufying

Imperative
argufy
argufy
Present
I argufy
you argufy
he/she/it argufies
we argufy
you argufy
they argufy
Preterite
I argufied
you argufied
he/she/it argufied
we argufied
you argufied
they argufied
Present Continuous
I am argufying
you are argufying
he/she/it is argufying
we are argufying
you are argufying
they are argufying
Present Perfect
I have argufied
you have argufied
he/she/it has argufied
we have argufied
you have argufied
they have argufied
Past Continuous
I was argufying
you were argufying
he/she/it was argufying
we were argufying
you were argufying
they were argufying
Past Perfect
I had argufied
you had argufied
he/she/it had argufied
we had argufied
you had argufied
they had argufied
Future
I will argufy
you will argufy
he/she/it will argufy
we will argufy
you will argufy
they will argufy
Future Perfect
I will have argufied
you will have argufied
he/she/it will have argufied
we will have argufied
you will have argufied
they will have argufied
Future Continuous
I will be argufying
you will be argufying
he/she/it will be argufying
we will be argufying
you will be argufying
they will be argufying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been argufying
you have been argufying
he/she/it has been argufying
we have been argufying
you have been argufying
they have been argufying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been argufying
you will have been argufying
he/she/it will have been argufying
we will have been argufying
you will have been argufying
they will have been argufying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been argufying
you had been argufying
he/she/it had been argufying
we had been argufying
you had been argufying
they had been argufying
Conditional
I would argufy
you would argufy
he/she/it would argufy
we would argufy
you would argufy
they would argufy
Past Conditional
I would have argufied
you would have argufied
he/she/it would have argufied
we would have argufied
you would have argufied
they would have argufied
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.argufy - have a disagreement over somethingargufy - have a disagreement over something; "We quarreled over the question as to who discovered America"; "These two fellows are always scrapping over something"
argue, contend, debate, fence - have an argument about something
brawl, wrangle - to quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively; "The bar keeper threw them out, but they continued to wrangle on down the street"
spat - engage in a brief and petty quarrel
polemicise, polemicize, polemise, polemize - engage in a controversy; "The two historians polemicized for years"
fall out - have a breach in relations; "We fell out over a trivial question"
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Translations

argufy

vi (esp hum)wegen jeder Kleinigkeit streiten
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References in classic literature ?
He locks them up in the barracks where they used to argufy and makes them jump out of the windows.