Did you say that he was argumentatively inclined so he would take the opposite side of any argument?
"Well then, supposing I don't tell you that," the other resumed, argumentatively.
"But you pretend to like Mr. Barker a great deal more than you like Doctor Claudius," said she argumentatively.
"And he hasn't any other place to eat," said Miss Lady, argumentatively.
"And there also is an obstacle which I had forgotten to enumerate," Julian said argumentatively.
"I don't know on what you base that," said Miss Van Vluyck argumentatively.
Can any one do more than suppose, or argumentatively assume it?
“You would like Eric,” she said, argumentatively rather than hopefully.
"An almost untenable hypothesis," said Professor Bavenden argumentatively.
"She's all right, I tell you," returned John argumentatively.