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logomachy

noun lo·gom·a·chy \lō-ˈgä-mə-kē\
plural lo·gom·a·chies

Definition of LOGOMACHY

1
:  a dispute over or about words
2
:  a controversy marked by verbiage

Origin of LOGOMACHY

Greek logomachia, from log- + machesthai to fight
First Known Use: 1569

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