redargue

[ ri-dahr-gyoo ]
/ rɪˈdɑr gyu /

verb (used with object), red·ar·gued, red·ar·gu·ing.Archaic.

to prove wrong or invalid; disprove; refute.

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Origin of redargue

1350–1400; Middle English redarguen to rebuke (<Old French redargüer) <Latin redarguere, equivalent to red-red- + arguere to argue

OTHER WORDS FROM redargue

red·ar·gu·tion, noun
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