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Trying to point out a flaw in your opponent's logic by using an example or argument that is likewise (or even more so) logically flawed, inapplicable, or even inadvertently confirming the other point of view.
"You say you disagree with me, but you're so stupid you don't even realize that your logic actually favors the very point I'm making. What you're saying constitutes a misargument."

"The analogy you're using is not even remotely applicable to the issue we're discussing. It's a complete and total misargument."
by LawyerTLW June 13, 2013
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