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EtymologyEdit

From the idea that pushing an opponent away with the arm is an order not to argue.

VerbEdit

don't argue (third-person singular simple present don't argues, present participle don't arguing, simple past and past participle don't argued)

  1. (Australian rules football) To fend off an opponent by holding an arm out straight and pushing in their chest.
    • 2017 Justin Talent, "THE MOMENT PORT SKIPPER KNEW THEY HAD SOMETHING SPECIAL" 1116 SEN, 26 June 2017. Accessed 23 August 2018.
      "“I think in his first session he don’t argued Ollie (Wines) and put him on his arse and probably two weeks later he did the same thing to Hamish (Hartlett), so we knew this kid was going to be pretty special."

NounEdit

don't argue (plural don't argues)

  1. (Australian rules football) An instance of fending off an opponent by holding an arm out straight and pushing in their chest.

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