nonargument

noun
non·ar·gu·ment | \ˌnän-ˈär-gyə-mənt \

Definition of nonargument 

: a flawed, empty, or incorrect argument that should be dismissed or disregarded Last November, when my colleague Scott Martelle first wrote about this brouhaha, some from the city sniped that the majority of the American Legion members don't even live in Newport Beach. That's a nonargument, I'd say. When they served in the military, they represented all cities in America.— Jerry Hicks

First Known Use of nonargument

1842, in the meaning defined above

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