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Chop Logic (To)

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To bandy words; to altercate. Lord Bacon says, “Let not the council chop with the judge.” (See Chop and Change.)

“How now, how now, chop logic! What is this?

Proud,ʹ and ‘I thank you,ʹ and ‘I thank you not

And yet ‘not proud.ʹ”


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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Chloe (Kloee)
Chloe
Chœreas [Kereas]
Choice Spirit (A)
Choke
Choke-pear
Choker (A)
Chop and Chops
Chop-fallen
Chop-House (A)
Chop Logic (To)
Chops
Chops of the Channel
Chopine
Choreutæ [Korutee]
Choriambic Metre
Chouans
Choughs Protected
Chouse
Chriem-hilda or Chriem-hild
Chriss-cross Row (row to rhyme with low)