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argy–bargy

noun, chiefly British

Definition of ARGY-BARGY

1
an exchange of views for the purpose of exploring a subject or deciding an issue <wouldn't be a cricket match without a little argy-bargy over the umpire's every call>
2
an often noisy or angry expression of differing opinions <the perennial argy-bargy over whether the monarchy should be abolished>

April 01, 2015
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