To this she made no retort, though a tu quoque would have been most just.
He used the inconclusive and dangerous argument of tu quoque.
This is what may be called a tu quoque (thou also) argument.
Tiberius said to Galba, tu quoque, Galba, degustabis imperium.
Durrance could have countered with a tu quoque, but he refrained.
Of course the tu quoque retort was inevitable; but Canning's curiosity was not gratified.
The retort, however happy, is no more conclusive than other cases of the tu quoque.
Et, quod dicendum hic siet, tu quoque perparce nimium, non laudo.
The student of history will, however, conceive that the Liberals have a stronger and higher defence than any tu quoque.
Altogether the effort was evidently much less to offer a justification than to make a tu quoque rejoinder.
Latin, literally "thou also" (or, in modern slang, "so are you!"); an argument which consists in retorting accusations.