Argumentation Definition

ärgyə-mĕn-tāshən
noun
The presentation and elaboration of an argument or arguments.
American Heritage
The process of arriving at reasons and conclusions; arguing or reasoning.
Webster's New World
Discussion in which there is disagreement; debate.
Webster's New World
The definition of argumentation is the act of going over the pros and cons of something.
When parents tells their teenager the subject of using the car is not up for debate because their answer is final, it is an example of the discussion not being up for argumentation.
YourDictionary
When debating a topic, argumentation is defined as stating opinions using facts and/or reasons to back them up.
An example of using argumentation is when a teenager tells his parents all the logical reasons he should be allowed to use the car.
YourDictionary
Synonyms:
debateargumentlineline of reasoninglogical argumentforensicsdisputation
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Singular:
argumentation
Plural:
argumentations

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