At first, the rest of the nation did not participate in the dispute. You can argue with this decision in all sorts of ways, but it is the worker, not the company that benefits the most. When he remained silent, he realized that the dispute was a metaphor for the Arab-Israeli conflict. An argument ensued in which Comte was so violent that Saint-Simon had to take the young people out of his house. Imagine that they start arguing, fighting and killing which piece of pasta art is the best! After a third try, I gave up, not a little injured, I admit, but not at all inclined to argue with him. I share his concern about the government, but it is not a dispute with our government in Washington. 1A heated conflict or disagreement, typically on a trivial topic and between people who are usually on a good term. Your argument is with younger verbs like incentivize. If you are then traveling with a companion, remember that it is better to give in a little than to argue a lot. Central English (in the sense of “reason for disagreement with a person”): from ancient Franconian quarrels, from the Latin querel (l)a`complaint`, from queri `complain`. They don`t use “argument” to refer to an incident where people try to hurt each other with their fists or weapons. The word you use is combat. Goldsmith argued with Dr.