well-argued

Related to well-argued: forthright, congenial

well-argued

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

[ˌwelˈɑːgjuːd] ADJrazonado
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Yet Yates' insights are instructive and her thesis very well-argued. The cross-class relationships of mistresses and servants which Yates explores are crucial to an understanding of nineteenth-century society.
Although these discussions sometimes are not particularly well connected to myth or metaphor, individual readings of the texts are very strong and well-argued, and the idea that female characters "become ill through the daily struggle to mend the fractures of their inner and outer lives, to contain the contradictions of life in a society that barely recognizes them" (127) is well-supported.
"The small and mid-size firms now represent the most dynamic force in the United States economy," the authors assert in a well-argued section of the book appropriately titled "The End of the Era of Galbraith."
As is appropriate considering the subject, Copestake writes clearly, expressing his arguments in a well-argued manner.
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