verbre·ar·gued, re·ar·gu·ing, re·ar·gues
- To argue again or repeatedly.
- Law To present the argument for (a case) that a decision by the court was mistaken because a rule of law was overlooked or because the facts of the case were misunderstood.
Law To reargue a case.
(third-person singular simple present reargues, present participle rearguing, simple past and past participle reargued)
- To argue again.
re- +"Ž argue