Main Entry:  arguendo
Part of Speech:  adv
Definition:  in the course of an argument
Example:  It may be assumed, arguendo, that Complainant's domain name and the disputed domain name are confusingly similar.
Etymology:  Latin 'for the sake of argument''s 21st Century Lexicon
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"in the course of argument," 1817, courtroom Latin, from M.L. abl. of arguendum, gerundive of arguere "to argue" (see argue).
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