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To play the devil’s advocate. – Idiom of the Week (11-26-2018)


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Idiom: To play the devil’s advocate.

 

Meaning: To argue the opposite, just for the sake of argument

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To play the devil’s advocate. – Idiom of the Week (11-26-2018)