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Agonistic- Definition:ag·o·nis·tic [àgg? nístik] or ag·o·nis·ti·cal [àgg? nístik'l] adjective  1.  trying for effect: striving to achieve an effect but appearing contrived or exaggerated (literary)  2.  argumentative: tending to argue and eager to win an argument (literary)  3.  of Greek contests: relating to the ancient Greek sports, musical, or theatrical contests  4.  zoology aggressive: characteristic of aggressive interaction between individuals, usually of the same species    [Mid-17th century. Via late Latin < Greek ag?nistikos < ag?nist?s (see agonist)]   -ag·o·nis·ti·cal·ly, adverb

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ag·o·nis·tic [àgg? nístik] or ag·o·nis·ti·cal [àgg? nístik’l] adjective 1. trying for effect: striving to achieve an effect but appearing contrived or exaggerated (literary) 2. argumentative: tending to argue and eager to win an argument (literary) 3. of Greek contests: relating to the ancient Greek sports, musical, or theatrical contests 4. zoology aggressive: characteristic of aggressive interaction between individuals, usually of the same species [Mid-17th century. Via late Latin < Greek ag?nistikos < ag?nist?s (see agonist)] -ag·o·nis·ti·cal·ly, adverb

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