Definition of argufy in English:

argufy

Syllabification: ar·gu·fy
Pronunciation: /ˈärɡyəˌfī
 
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verb (argufies, argufying, argufied)

[no object] humorous or dialect
Argue or quarrel, typically about something trivial: it won’t do to argufy, I tell you
More example sentences
  • Men amused themselves in the mess by argufying sometimes about any silly subject.
  • But there was something more than teenage argufying going on here.
  • They started to argufy but nobody remembered how many cans there were at the very beginning.

Origin

late 17th century: fanciful formation from argue; compare with speechify.

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