Red*ar"gue (r?d*?r"g?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Redargued (-g?d); p. pr. & vb. n. Redarguing.] [L. redarguere; pref. red-, re- re- + arguere to accuse, charge with: cf. F. r'edarguer.]

To disprove; to refute; toconfute; to reprove; to convict.


How shall I . . . suffer that God should redargue me at doomsday, and the angels reproach my lukewarmness? Jer. Taylor.

Now this objection to the immediate cognition of external objects has, as far as I know, been redargued in three different ways. Sir W. Hamilton.


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