Argument and Split


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Argument noun – An often noisy or angry expression of differing opinions.
Split and argument are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Split" instead a noun "Argument".
Nearby Words: argue, argumentative, argued, arguable, argumentation
Synonyms for Argument


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Split noun – An irregular usually narrow break in a surface created by pressure.
Argument and split are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Argument" instead a noun "Split".
Nearby Words: splice, splitting, splitter
Synonyms for Split

How words are described

full full argument full split
long long argument long split
usual usual argument usual split
brief brief argument brief split
Other adjectives: original, small, actual, entire, massive, big, huge, little, bad, main, major, final, subsequent, last, biggest.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Freedom Planet However, Lilac and Carol are friends; the "versus" part doesn't apply until Jade Creek, when they have an argument and split up, and they reconcile later.
  • When the ticket wins, a huge argument ensues about who it actually belongs to, until they finally decide to split the winnings.
  • This Is My Side An episode of The Munsters had Grampa and Herman split the house down the middle after an argument about who actually owned the place heats up.
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