Definition of 'argumentative'
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She has become very argumentative and difficult. The Sun (2012)He was in an argumentative mood and appeared disagreeable with his assignment in Denver. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She changes from a loud, happy and bubbly person into being argumentative and aggressive. The Sun (2009)I was an argumentative, stroppy drunk. The Sun (2009)Ordinarily, you'd have a quick comeback for anybody in an argumentative mood. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some people think disagreements, especially disagreements that become argumentative, are destructive to a relationship. Christianity Today (2000)I can be quite argumentative and stubborn if I get a bee in my bonnet. The Sun (2014)
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