a term used to refer to an Argentine.
He does look a bit like a man, and we could Argy with him; but that old man, and that girl—they’ll take on so.’
Fern’s Hollow Hesba Stretton
Well, Argy as you may, the place don’t look the same, now does it?
Joyce’s Investments Fannie E. Newberry
I Argy in this way; if a man iz right, he kant be too radikal; if he iz rong, he kant be too consarvatiff.
The American Joe Miller Various
He’d Argy that you c’ud look out for me, seein’ as we are chums.
A Man to His Mate J. Allan Dunn
He picked ’em up, and went back into the house to Argy Scripture with the Professor.
A Yankee from the West Opie Read
“Look here, cap’n, let’s Argy that matter a little,” said Stubbs.
Facing the World Horatio Alger
“Hain’t no time to Argy law with you,” said the Deacon impatiently.
Si Klegg, Book 5 (of 6) John McElroy
You’ll no Argy wi’ me that if a man wants to drink, he will drink.
The Turn of the Road Rutherford Mayne
When a Methodis’ talks about fallin’ from grace he has to Argy the pint.
The End Of The World Edward Eggleston
“Just go and Argy the point with him,” said Hooker, coaxingly.
Adrift in New York Horatio Alger
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.