a vigorous discussion or dispute.
noun (pl) -bargies
(Brit, informal) a wrangling argument or verbal dispute Also called argle-bargle
(of knitted articles) having a diamond-shaped pattern in two or more colors. a diamond-shaped pattern of two or more colors, used in knitting socks, sweaters, etc. a sock having this pattern. Contemporary Examples Eighteen years ago the world became widely aware of the plaid yellow suit, the white minidress, and an overload of argyle. Honoring […]
a historic county in W Scotland. Contemporary Examples Her husband was the Marquis of Lorne when she married him, later the 9th Duke of Argyll. Queen Victoria’s Illegitimate Grandchild Tom Sykes November 27, 2013 Historical Examples Argyll created a diversion by suggesting the abandonment of the Irish spirit duty. The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, […]
- Argyll robertson pupil
argyll robertson pupil Argyll Robertson pupil Ar·gyll Rob·ert·son pupil (är-gīl’ rŏb’ərt-sən) n. A pupil that contracts or expands to accommodate changes in focal length but does not respond to light.
- Argyll and bute
noun a council area in W Scotland on the Atlantic Ocean: in 1975 the historical counties of Argyllshire and Bute became part of Strathclyde region; in 1996 they were reinstated as a single unitary authority. Argyll and Bute is mountainous and includes the islands of Bute, Mull, Islay, and Jura. Administrative centre: Lochgilphead. Pop: 91 […]