Arguendo



adverb

in the course of an argument
Examples

It may be assumed, arguendo, that Complainant’s domain name and the disputed domain name are confusingly similar.
Word Origin

Latin ‘for the sake of argument’

“in the course of argument,” 1817, courtroom Latin, from Medieval Latin ablative of arguendum, gerundive of arguere “to argue” (see argue).

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  • Arguer

    to present reasons for or against a thing: He argued in favor of capital punishment. to contend in oral disagreement; dispute: The senator argued with the president about the new tax bill. to state the reasons for or against: The lawyers argued the case. to maintain in reasoning: to argue that the news report must […]

  • Argues

    to present reasons for or against a thing: He argued in favor of capital punishment. to contend in oral disagreement; dispute: The senator argued with the president about the new tax bill. to state the reasons for or against: The lawyers argued the case. to maintain in reasoning: to argue that the news report must […]



  • Argufy

    Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S. to , dispute, or wrangle. Historical Examples It’s argufy here and argufy there, an’ while yer at that, me an’ the rest av us is squeezin’ the fun out o’ life. Romany of the Snows Gilbert Parker For what skill had I to argufy with a man of such […]

  • Arguing

    to present reasons for or against a thing: He argued in favor of capital punishment. to contend in oral disagreement; dispute: The senator argued with the president about the new tax bill. to state the reasons for or against: The lawyers argued the case. to maintain in reasoning: to argue that the news report must […]



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