DigladiateDi*gla"di*ate\, v. i. [L. digladiari; di- = dis- + gladius a sword.] To fight like gladiators; to contend fiercely; to dispute violently. [Obs.] Digladiating like [AE]schines and Demosthenes. --Hales.
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