Difference between Lameness and Unsoundness?


The difference between lameness and unsoundness sometimes refers to the state of the injury. Lameness usually implies a recent injury that is causing issues and is currently undergoing treatment. Unsoundness can refer to a deformity that limits the ability of proper function. The deformity could have occurred because of a former injury.
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Best Answer: An unsound argument uses
An unsound arguement means the points brought up are weak. Example- - I know what I'm talking about because I learned it from some guy down at the beer hall. An invalid arguement
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