argument (n.) 5
quarrel, dispute, point of contention
H5 III.i.21 [King Henry to all] Fathers that ... / Have in these parts from morn till even fought, / And sheathed their swords for lack of argument [i.e. lack of further opposition]
KJ IV.ii.54 [Pembroke to King John, of Arthur] whose restraint / Doth move the murmuring lips of discontent / To break into this dangerous argument [i.e. a dangerous line of questioning]
TC I.i.94 [Troilus alone] I cannot fight upon this argument [or: sense 8]
TC II.iii.97 [Ulysses to Nestor, of Thersites] he is his argument that has his argument - Achilles [second instance; i.e. Achilles now has Thersites as an ongoing source of quarrelling]
TNK V.i.70 [Palamon to his knights] our argument is love