noun, plural Ar·gies.
Definition for argy (2 of 2)
noun Chiefly British Slang: Sometimes Disparaging and Offensive.
Examples from the Web for argy
“Just go and argy the point with him,” said Hooker, coaxingly.Adrift in New York|Horatio Alger
Aw worn't gooin' to argy that point wi' him, soa aw settled th' bill an' we lit a cigar a-piece an' walked quietly to th' station.Seets I' Paris|John Hartley
But fer me,—well, I was a leetle slow to argy 'at the feller wasn't "a-possumin'."Neghborly Poems and Dialect Sketches|James Whitcomb Riley
He picked 'em up, and went back into the house to argy Scripture with the Professor.A Yankee from the West|Opie Read
Yu may argy a bull Tarrier out ov a bone, but yu kant argy a woman out ov her will.Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings|Henry Wheeler Shaw