- described as equivocation or by extremely complex or specious argumentation; incorrectly reasoned.
- Characterized by equivocation or by very complex or specious argumentation; improperly reasoned.
- Chopped reasoning: thinking that will be poor; sophistry.
- A logic chopper: a person who tends to make complicated or specious arguments, especially arguments involving equivocation.
- Chopped logic: thinking that will be inappropriate; sophistry.
- A logic chopper: person who tends to make confusing or specious arguments, especially arguments concerning equivocation.
- To argue skillfully, making use of complex logic or smart reasoning.
- to create a disagreement which will be irrational, particularly the one that is extremely complex or which improperly uses good or clever differences; to equivocate.
- To argue skillfully, making use of complex reasoning or clever reasoning.
- To make a disagreement that will be illogical, especially one which is excessively complex or which improperly uses good or smart distinctions; to equivocate.