logomachy, lo-gom′a-ki, n. contention about words or in words merely.
How innocent was this gentleman of the arts and stratagems of logomachy, or book-wars!
Our difference as to pity I suspect was a logomachy of my making.
A: Abuse of words, logomachy, equivocation; theft could not be committed at Sparta, when everything was common property.
While perfectly willing to watch the logomachy when it should arrive, I had no wish to take part.
But I am forced to think that, as they are generally stated, they can lead to nothing but logomachy.
This logomachy of vituperation was opened by President Wheelock who wrote an unsigned attack upon the Trustees.
The balderdash of philosophers and scholars, the logomachy of the Middle Ages, thenceforth held absolute sway.
The document is clear, logical, precise and not wordy: not in the style of the State Department logomachy.
If this sort of logomachy pleases you as an intellectual exercise, well and good, if it goes no further.