1. argument about words or the meaning of words
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How To Use logomachy In A Sentence

  • A few distinctions might be helping, to avoid "logomachy" (thanks for that) and just simply talking past each other. Undefined
  • The Internet, whose discussion forums breed even more logomachy than they allow, can darken the vision and mood of almost anybody who spends much time on it. Getting perspective on ecumenism
  • That is all a mere abuse of words, mere logomachy and ambiguity. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • In order to confirm and establish this union, it is accompanied by a religious ceremony, regarded by some as a sacrament, and by others as a portion of public worship; a genuine logomachy, which changes nothing in the thing. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • Jose Fierro, spelled 13 words correctly before missing "logomachy," which means a dispute over words. Azcentral.com | news
  • Their logomachy was far more stimulating to his intellect than the reserved and quiet dogmatism of Mr. Morse. Chapter 13
  • eristic" -- into an argument for its own sake; or sinks into logomachy, Plato and Platonism
  • Given as much, I agree with the late historian of doctrine Jaroslav Pelikan that there's a special place in hell reserved for people who keep such logomachy alive, and I don't want to contribute to it here. Archive 2006-11-01
  • Saxon, on the contrary, delighted in the logomachy, though little enough she understood of it, following mainly by feeling, and once in a while catching a high light. CHAPTER IX
  • To those that protested, and they were many, he said: This is no time for logomachy. Goliah
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