- argumentum ad hominem,
- argus pheasant
Origin of argumentative
Examples from the Web for non-argumentative
He was as peaceful as a backwater bay in summer; non-argumentative and passive, he stood his watch in fair weather and foul.The Million Dollar Mystery|Harold MacGrath
mid-15c., "pertaining to arguments," from Old French argumentatif or directly from Latin argumentat-, past participle stem of argumentari (see argue) + -ive. Meaning "fond of arguing" is recorded from 1660s. Related: Argumentatively; argumentativeness.