argue back

argue back

to argue with or oppose someone; to answer back (to someone); to talk back (to someone). (Usually said of persons who are supposed to listen and obey without comment.) Please don't argue back all the time. I wish you children did not argue back so much.
See also: argue, back
References in classic literature ?
He will then argue back that it is we, mistaken ones, that have killed her by our ideas, and so he will be much unhappy always.
you really aren't addicted You can stop at oneand you don't have to finish the plate" are examples of statements he suggests we use to rationally argue back.
Secularists argue back that the charter should enshrine a non-discriminatory, civil state in Egypt.
I'd argue back that so many people audition, but he kept insisting.
And he wasn't about to argue back, no matter how much he'd drunk.
When he throws these comments at you, don't get wound up or argue back.
It is very crowded, we can't fight all time but they don't listen, they fight with the metro staff, they argue back," said Mamata, a lady passenger.
Rick counters that Michael Jordan didn't do "lie ups" during his basketball career and the two argue back and forth while a voice-over ends the commercial by saying, "the Lay Flat Collar.
They wo disagree with me would argue back had a lot of politic arguments around kitchen table at ho which was great.
Of course, they argue back that there can be no significant uptick in sales volume without a greater commitment from the chain in terms of space and in-store promotional support.
Tony Blair, as played by Ioan Gruffudd, comes across as fluffy as his jumper, baffled by Bush yet reluctant to argue back as they stroll through the woods with W explaining his plans to invade Iraq.
They'd argue back and forth - just arguing for the sake of arguing," he said.
Other articles here reinforce the argument that in the post-1542 Roman Inquisition ("refurbished," "revamped," as John Martin glosses), inquisitors outside Rome could initially at least be inquiring, flexible, educational, even indulgent--depending on their background; and the accused could argue back.
Some of the people don't know what's going on - they argue back and forth.