well-argued


adjective (well argued when postpositive)

having been reasoned, proposed, or debated convincingly

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Example sentences from the Web for well-argued

  • In spite of this weighty and well-argued statement, my own opinion is that the preponderance of evidence is in favour of rest.

    The Boy's Voice|J. Spencer Curwen