Terjemahan dari disputatious
penuh dgn argumen
fond of or causing heated arguments.
a congenial hangout for disputatious academics
contentious, litigious, combative
To place those two disputatious lawyers side by side, even in after-life, would have been a certain recipe for conflict.
A more accurate portrayal than Carley’s would be that of an arrogant and disputatious Soviet side insisting on extreme demands and refusing to reach an agreement based on conditions that Western leaders could responsibly have met.
I imagine the Professor as a particularly disputatious pet-shop owner.
The political left has always been disputatious .
We are a disputatious and ingenious species and have a pretty good track record of solving problems sensibly.
She wasn’t going to have a man trying to rule her, or upsetting her delicate balancing act with thedisputatious factions of her court and council; nor would she have a son grow up to become a focus of opposition.
Biographer Brenda Maddox describes Rosalind as a disputatious kind of woman with some personality problems.
Note for the disputatious : I make no comment on the 90-day proposal itself.
We’ve all seen people who are bright, talented, and capable – but also blatantly insecure: disputatious , difficult, and ultimately ineffective.
The standard Western account of that episode claims for Rome a balance of approach lacking in the more disputatious Greek theologians, who were still too besotted by the neo-Platonic speculations common in the East.
Similarly it is not possible to say whether the English are shown to be a nation vindicated by the god of battles or a band of disputatious mercenaries who simply get lucky.
But perhaps because revolutionaries are by nature contentious and intellectuals disputatious , it was not long before the 1903 congress was riven with disagreement, which developed into dissension and animosity.
This, of course, is a vast improvement on those forlorn days when a few disputatious souls insisted that only soldiers had died in the war.
This disputatious dozen, unexpectedly propelled to Europe on the back of a tin-pot protest group grown suddenly large, claim they will rubbish Europe and everything it stands for.
If I were to venture one observation about the difference in the actors it’s that while being blessedly less disputatious than in London they also seem conditioned not to use their intuition.
The monarch was the referee of disputes, and one of the qualities that distinguished effective rulers from the rest was an ability to act tactfully when confronted by disputatious subjects.
Chirac has been lofted to a pinnacle of popularity, with virtually no public dissent, even from France’s normally disputatious intellectuals.
The various choral groups that continually comment upon and sometimes mix in with the action are now more in line with the disputatious aesthetic factions of the original, and all the better for it.
It is one of the many places where America’s policy elite is working with its customary disputatiousenergy to shape national strategy.
If they persist in carrying on like this, these disputatious divorced dads will lose the sympathy vote.
Most of the political activity occurring outside that gilded realm must be cast as a periphery of delusion, extremism and industrial disputatiousness .
When I share something of the way that I think, and you basically (arrogantly and disputatiously ) call me a liar, the conversation is over.
He mentioned, too, the increasing disputatiousness of New York’s board of directors.
Previously our laws and precedents were carried in lawyers’ heads, and passed on verbatim and (we guess) disputatiously .
These were, of course, peak years for Abstract Expressionism, disputatiously called ‘action painting.’
Each account differs wildly and quite disputatiously – and quite uniquely each of the principals insists that they were the one who conducted the murder.
A penchant for disputatiousness has led to numerous quarrels with fellow radicals, including Foreman.
Divine decrees are fulfilled with sullenness, bafflement or credulous compliance; the crew’sdisputatiousness adds to the reader’s pleasure.
Remarkably the literary product of such disputatiousness eventually became Scripture, that is, books with normative quality for the community.
He disagreed with them when necessary, not disputatiously or contentiously, but with a desire to