Definition of "arguendo"
  1. A Latin phrase meaning 'for the sake of argument,' used by lawyers when they accept a fact for the purpose of making a legal argument, without admitting that fact
How to use "arguendo" in a sentence
  1. The defense attorney asserted, even if taken arguendo that his client was negligent, the plaintiff's negligence was too great for a damage recovery.
  2. Asssuming arguendo, we accept that he breached the contract, his actions were still legally justified.
  3. Even if it's accepted arguendo that the defendant was present at the scene, there still isn't enough evidence for a conviction.

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