How To Use Quarrel In A Sentence

  • Balboa had a reputation as a fierce and quarrelsome young man.
  • Neither the eparch nor the garrison commander presumed to quarrel with Rhavas or to shout out Stylianos 'name. Bridge of the Separator
  • They had a quarrel about money.
  • The ancient way to settle a quarrel was to choose a leader from each side and let them fight it out.
  • Their first meeting around Johnson's dinner table ended in a quarrel since Wollstonecraft disagreed with Godwin's sweeping atheism.
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  • They started quarrelling out of sheer boredom.
  • We had many family quarrels about it, and they began in time to grow up to a dangerous height; for as I was quite estranged form my husband (as he was called) in affection, so I took no heed to my words, but sometimes gave him language that was provoking; and, in short, strove all I could to bring him to a parting with me, which was what above all things in the world I desired most. Moll Flanders
  • They bicker and quarrel, yet clearly love each other.
  • Their quarrel meant the end of a beautiful friendship.
  • You can heal quarrels and make the family feel like a team again. The Sun
  • Lovers quarrel when one party in the relationship has committed an act of betrayal. Christianity Today
  • Though Cook was a seasoned campaigner known for beating the odds, he could not overcome a severe loss in public confidence at the end of a quarrelsome and often hostile primary campaign.
  • I promise to refrain from taking part in feuds and quarrels and from creating enmity.
  • A liberal is a man too broadminded to take his own side in a quarrel. Robert Frost 
  • When they quarrel, I am often caught in the middle.
  • Justly indignant at our folly, for quarrelling is not allowed in his domains, the King laid us under sentence of banishment, decreeing that we should spend the fifteenth night of each month in this dreary forest until a tailor came who could mend the garments we had torn. Folk Tales From Many Lands
  • I am sorry that you should think me rash, if the idea of rashness is unpleasant to you -- I will make any other concession in reason rather than quarrel with you. Taquisara
  • But he was not to enjoy himself long, for the duck was telling all her neighbours about the ill-usage her little one had received; and the mischief-making little wagtail thought as he had seen the lanky bird eating what he called the kingfisher's fishes, he would go and tell, and then sit on the bank and see the quarrel there would be; for he considered that the heron had no more business to take the fish out of the pond than the toad had to catch flies. Featherland How the Birds lived at Greenlawn
  • The witch doctor's eyes were well blackened, and his temper none of the best; for he quarrelled with the chief over the possession of Wertz's rifle, and took more than his share of the part-sack of beans. WHERE THE TRAIL FORKS
  • The ancient way to settle a quarrel was to choose a leader from each side and let them fight it out.
  • The crowds which have been passing to and fro during the whole day, are rapidly dwindling away; and the noise of shouting and quarrelling which issues from the public – houses, is almost the only sound that breaks the melancholy stillness of the night. Sketches by Boz
  • -- - Here be two arblasts, comrades, with windlaces and quarrells The arblast was a cross-bow, the windlace the machine used in bending that weapon, and the quarrell, so called from its square or diamond-shaped head, was the bolt adapted to it. -- - to the barbican with you, and see you drive each bolt through a Saxon brain. Ivanhoe. A Romance
  • When they quarrel, I am often caught in the middle.
  • Biscay, or off the storm-lashed rocks of Finisterre, we set down the author in question as a gross impostor, and had a mind to quarrel with him for leading us into this cruel error. Notes of a Journey From Cornhill to Grand Cairo
  • He quarreled with the papal legate, Pelagius, and returned to Acre for a time in 1220.
  • To the long-running, uncomfortable faux lovers 'quarrels with Simon Cowell and his equally embarrassing interviews with the singers, he has now added an arsenal of odd behaviors, ranging from petulant snits to flighty overexuberance. It's time for producers to fix 'American Idol,' and here's how
  • The sun adds warmth to family relationships and quarrels are healed. The Sun
  • I don't think they play at all fairly," Alice began, in rather a complaining tone, "and they all quarrel so dreadfully one can't hear oneself speak and they don't seem to have any rules in particular; at least, if there are, nobody attends to them -- and you've no idea how confusing it is all the things being alive; for instance, there's the arch I've got to go through next walking about at the other end of the ground -- and I should have croqueted the Queen's hedgehog just now, only it ran away when it saw mine coming! Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
  • This delicious sylvan retreat does not lend itself to acrimonious dispute, or, in plain English, quarreling. In the Midst of Alarms
  • I never witnessed a serious quarrel or observed anyone I would describe as angry.
  • When he was four years old, I quarrelled with the English nurse who had attended upon him, and about whom my wife had been so jealous, and procured for him a French gouvernante, who had lived with families of the first quality in The Memoires of Barry Lyndon
  • The boy was from a good family but he was deranged in some way: he wouldn't eat, he quarrelled with everyone, and he refused to go out to work.
  • I don't want my family to be torn apart by quarrels.
  • Under the pontificate of his former pupil Paul II (1464-1471), he returned to Rome and was appointed a papal abbreviator, but became involved in fresh quarrels in 1465 he visited Crete and Byzantium, and then returned to Rome, where he wrote the account of the martyrdom of Bl. Andrew of Chios The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
  • I have no quarrel with what you say.
  • With the human who loves quarrels, speaks in the heart with the stranger the speech.
  • We tiffed a little going to church, and fairly quarrelled before the bell had done ringing. Act First. Scene II
  • They accuse and defend, bicker and quarrel, and cannot seem to talk about their real feelings or listen to each other.
  • He will be a peacemaker whenever a quarrel happens.
  • Your cut-and-dried critic, who insists on measuring a mountain with a footrule and quarrels with it for daring to be out of line, insists also on labelling a certain character hero and another heroine. Representative English Story Tellers. I -- Joseph Conrad
  • The French call sensitiveness to insignificant and worthless things, the German way of quarreling (faire querelle d'allemand). Criminal Psychology: a manual for judges, practitioners, and students
  • Just around the corner of my street, the mechanical laughter of California quail and the quarrel of crows up in the majestic heights of a Colorado spruce that was left to grow, untended for years now.
  • Don't get mixed up in the quarrels of other people.
  • The Puritan villagers believed all the quarreling was the work of the Devil. Boing Boing
  • The monarchists are a small fringe group who quarrel fiercely among themselves.
  • Digital phone concessionaires are quarrelling about whose system is better.
  • With the human who loves quarrels, speaks in the heart with the stranger the speech.
  • Blackbirds that come down for bread on a snowy lawn spend almost as much time quarrelling as feeding. Times, Sunday Times
  • Amongst so excitable a people as the Arabs, this game caused quarrels and bloodshed, hence its prohibition: and the theologians, who everywhere and at all times delight in burdening human nature, have extended the command, which is rather admonitory than prohibitive, to all games of chance. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • On March 31st there was a violent quarrel between the women of two settlements, and the “reguli” embarked with all their host, to fight it out; Rampano was the victor, and after the usual palaver the vanquished was compelled to pay a heavy fine. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo
  • As the snow continued to flurry on and off outside, quarrels between Wes and Frankie were constantly erupting inside the Horse and Carriage.
  • The majority of folks know bigotry when they see it, and this quarrel is pretty ludicrous from the get-go. Sanford accused of smear campaign against Bauer
  • Let's not quarrel about such unimportant matters.
  • Best friends since secondary school, Jeff and Nick had their fair share of arguments and quarrels in their six years of friendship, but always managed to patch things up in a matter of time.
  • They did quarrel finally, about a lead in a doubled hand of no-trumps, but that of course is a thing that no account of judicious guest-grouping could prevent. The Toys of Peace, and other papers
  • STRANGER: There did really happen, and will again happen, like many other events of which ancient tradition has preserved the record, the portent which is traditionally said to have occurred in the quarrel of Atreus and Thyestes. The Statesman
  • Two quarrel and a third profits by it. 
  • I had promised to write for them, but the peag being bi-ought me, & so litle, & they quarrelling among them - sclues, & foolishly charging inferior Sacbims of nonpay - ment, I was not free. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society
  • Very little open quarrelling ever took place amongst them; but backbiting and talebearing were universal.
  • I know you've been quarrelling a good deal lately.
  • Why on earth did you fasten a quarrel on me?" asked the spadassin; "and why, having done so, did you spare my life; for your sword was at my heart when you shifted its point, and pierced my shoulder? The Parisians — Complete
  • Let's reason the matter out instead of quarreling.
  • In fact, after their quarrel, Rodney believes that Tom has merely been grubstaking his work.
  • Posner reviews them all in turn, in a hectic flurry of piled-up fact-bites, speculative calcula-tions, passing quarrels, and offhand policy dicta ” an orderless mixture of assertion, guess, remark, and opinion for which the term "farrago" would seem to have been invented. Very Bad News
  • He tried to pick a quarrel with me about it but I refused to discuss the matter.
  • In Isacus (122) it is related how Euthukrates in a quarrel over a boundary-stone was so flogged by his _brother_ Thoudippos that, dying some days after, he charged his friends (οἱκεῖοι) not to allow any of On The Structure of Greek Tribal Society: An Essay
  • They have been racked by bitter quarrels.
  • To engage in a petty, bad - tempered quarrel; squabble.
  • Hutchinson, with a vast conceit of her superior holiness and with the ugly censoriousness which is a usual accompaniment of that grace, demonstrated her genius for mixing a theological controversy with personal jealousies and public anxieties, and involved the whole colony of the Bay in an acrimonious quarrel, such as to give an unpleasant tone of partisanship and ill temper to the proceedings in her case, whether ecclesiastical or civil. A History of American Christianity
  • It takes two to make a quarrel
  • My cabbie turned out to be an out-of-work dentist, and I couldn't quarrel with his diagnosis.
  • They quarrel with God as if he had dealt unkindly by them in forsaking them, whereas they by their idolatry had driven him from them; they have withdrawn from their allegiance to him, and so have thrown themselves out of this protection. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • This newly wedded couple are always quarreling.
  • Laugh, make, quarrel, cry, now I need is indifferent.
  • Those ages that have outlawed it (and many hundreds have, by my reading) have replaced it largely with murder - and with just such murders, by and large, as monomachy seems designed to prevent: murders resulting from quarrels among families, friends, and acquaintances. The Shadow of the Torturer
  • His quarrel with his father brought matters to a summit.
  • Is that your quarrel with what you call the upstairs god system? South Wind
  • One would have no quarrel in taking into account the factor of saving the prosecutrix the ordeal of giving evidence.
  • Till date, no one has quarrelled with the fee structure - not even the government.
  • The union leader needed all his diplomacy to settle the quarrel between the employer and the employees.
  • The Ciceronian Review also quarrels with the rotunda analogy.
  • New Ireland" helps me to understand the quarrel of the younger men in Ireland with the Irish Parliamentary party -- but I must, and do, read the "Freeman" as well. The Free Press
  • They had a bitter quarrel about/over some money three years ago and they haven't spoken to each other since.
  • Drinking sets in seriously after dark, and is known by the violent merriment of the men, and the no less violent quarrelling and "flyting" of the sex which delights in the "harmony of tongues. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo Volume 1
  • The two have quarreled through the media since then, each with differing opinions of the fight.
  • Once before, for some quite unavoidable delay, the Post-Office authorities had "quarrelled" him (as he expressed it), and this undeserved blame rankled in the old soldier's heart. Stories of the Border Marches
  • So morning warms to broad noon, and hunger makes it dinner-time, and the young kinsmen who have strolled abroad come home, one of them with his hand bound up in a white rag that has drops of blood on it, for he has picked a quarrel in the street and steel has been out, as usual, though no one has been killed, because the 'bargello' and his men were in sight, down there near the Orsini's theatre-fortress. Ave Roma Immortalis, Vol. 1 Studies from the Chronicles of Rome
  • She lived some time with Lady Hester Stanhope, a woman as fantastic and mentally strained as herself, on the slope of Mt. Lebanon, but finally quarrelled with her in regard to two white horses with red marks on their backs which suggested the idea of saddles, on which her titled hostess expected to ride into Jerusalem with the Lord. Poems of Nature, Poems Subjective and Reminiscent and Religious Poems, Complete Volume II., the Works of Whittier
  • M’Intyre, — Sir, I have no quarrel with you, — but if you interrupt me in my duty, I will break the wand of peace, and declare myself deforced.” The Antiquary
  • Let's reason the matter out instead of quarreling.
  • When two people are in love, they are eager to have more sweet kisses. But why they are in quarrel, they are hurting each other by the mouths that once used for kissing? Every time when I was upset or tired, I can only kiss by myself.
  • Don't quarrel with your fate. You should take it into your own hands.
  • People generally quarrel because they cannot argue. 
  • It would be foolish for us to quarrel.
  • The monarchists are a small fringe group who quarrel fiercely among themselves.
  • He also recalls quarreling with his artist wife over their coloring. CUPID'S NIB: Our 10 Eye-Catching Valentine's Cartoons of the Day
  • The writers and intellectuals in the Congress for Cultural Freedom were, like writers everywhere, temperamental and quarrelsome.
  • Quarrelsome drosky drivers, incongruous mills, and the thousand trumperies of the place, were all forgotten in the perfect beauty of the scene — in the full, the joyous realisation of my ideas of Niagara. The Englishwoman in America
  • He tires quickly, quarrels childishly, and competes with his 7-year-old daughter.
  • Meanwhile Peregrine, having burst open the chamber door, found the lady in the utmost dread and consternation, and the spoils of her favourite scattered about the room; but his resentment was doubly gratified, when he learned, upon inquiry, that the person who had been so disagreeably interrupted was no other than that individual mousquetaire with whom he had quarrelled at the comedy. The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle
  • A family leave old quarrels behind and get lucky together. The Sun
  • In 1668, Great Britain withdrew from the war, and the French took on another quarrel, with the result that more of the Dutch trade passed into British hands. Naval Defence
  • I had a terrible quarrel with my other brothers.
  • It seems that a crowd of them had gathered around the quarrelling demonstrators, while the British cops attempted to keep the two sides apart.
  • When shepherds quarrel, the wolf has a winning game.
  • I do not say "scanty;" on the contrary, there is plenty of it -- a great deal too much of it -- but it is the quality, the nature of the knowledge, which I quarrel with. Science & Education
  • 33 The arblast was a cross-bow, the windlace the machine used in bending that weapon, and the quarrell, so called from its square or diamond-shaped head, was the bolt adapted to it. Ivanhoe
  • He claims that his only quarrel is with “the idolatry of woman,” but it is one thing to want to take la femme off her pedestal — assuming she was still on it in the 1930s — and another to assert that when lying on her back during sex she looks “ridiculous … froglike.” Monster of Marriage
  • Most of this Indian section, which like the rest of the book rides on a great deal of research, is smoothly convincing; we sanction it without quarrel as the prelude to the real event, the shipwreck.
  • I have no quarrel was those who call themselves ‘Traditionalist’ Catholic per se.
  • They had a bitter quarrel about/over some money three years ago and they haven't spoken to each other since.
  • A memorably complex tragic denouement has been reduced to a lovers' quarrel. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Relatives and friends will always try to persuade the quarreling couple to remain together.
  • That pair are always quarreling.
  • I must love all men, and never quarrel, nor be drunk, nor be unchaste, nor steal, nor tell a lie, nor be discontent with my condition.
  • Tom quarreled with his parents about how to spend their holidays in China.
  • When two people are in love, they are eager to have more sweet kisses. But why they are in quarrel, they are hurting each other by the mouths that once used for kissing? Every time when I was upset or tired, I can only kiss by myself.
  • The prospect of quarrels and bad feeling spoiling the big day can cause much anxiety. Times, Sunday Times
  • After their worst quarrel, Jim and Mary wondered if they should live apart for a time to try to improve their relationship.
  • He uses his exploration of these long-forgotten characters and their arcane quarrels to advance three propositions.
  • By the side of Victor Emmanuel every quarrel should be forgotten, all rancour depart.
  • His archiepiscopate was filled with quarrels with his cathedral clergy and, from 1207, with King John.
  • When two people are in love, they are eager to have more sweet kisses. But why they are in quarrel, they are hurting each other by the mouths that once used for kissing? Every time when I was upset or tired, I can only kiss by myself.
  • All the misunderstandings and quarrels of the past had been sorted out.
  • We quarrelled, like any couple in love and we both had terrible tempers when we were roused.
  • The ancient way to settle a quarrel was to choose a leader from each side and let them fight it out.
  • I think they've had a quarrel .
  • The letter underlined the family quarrel within the party leadership. Times, Sunday Times
  • They will get no quarrel from me about the utterly tacky impropriety of these guys acting as the messengers for such a call.
  • “We cannot prove to the contrary, to be sure; but I wish you a better fate, Miss Price, than to be the wife of a man whose amiableness depends upon his own sermons; for though he may preach himself into a good – humour every Sunday, it will be bad enough to have him quarrelling about green geese from Monday morning till Saturday night.” Mansfield Park
  • Thus did a quarrel over the ownership of a shop win front-page headlines in Britain for seven consecutive days.
  • Further, it was known that they had quarrelled just previous to pulling out; for the Lizzie, a wheezy ten-ton sternwheeler, twenty-four hours behind, beat Leclère in by three days. BÂTARD
  • Tentatively, the young Dylan began to explore more complex dualities and - I will argue - dramatize more compelling quarrels with himself.
  • They spoke of every-day things, of the prospect of snow, of the next church sociable, of the loves and quarrels of Starkfield.
  • During his first year in college, Ma made a futile effort to be sociable but ended up becoming more testy, frequently quarrelling with his classmates.
  • Rivals who had lately been quarreling over the knotty points of national frontiers now only vied for a twenty-franc rosebud from the bouquetiere. Under Two Flags
  • They're still working off quarrels that started centuries ago. THE ONLY GAME
  • Just as little girls, instinctively foreshadowing motherhood, play with dolls, so children feel vague sex promptings, and in sweetly ridiculous ways love and quarrel and make up after the approved fashion of lovers. The Kempton-Wace Letters
  • Under state law if police uncover clear signs of a domestic quarrel, including injuries, they have to bring charges.
  • She quarrelled with her brother about the terms of their father's will.
  • The pavid matron within the one vehicle (speeding to the Bank for her semestrial pittance) shrieked and trembled; the angry Dives hastening to his office (to add another thousand to his heap,) thrust his head over the blazoned panels, and displayed an eloquence of objurgation which his very Menials could not equal; the dauntless street urchins, as they gayly threaded the Labyrinth of Life, enjoyed the perplexities and quarrels of the scene, and exacerbated the already furious combatants by their poignant infantile satire. Burlesques
  • Let's reason the matter out instead of quarreling.
  • Disillusioned by both Stalinism and the conformity of cold war America, he and his wife, Mickey, questioned whether an effective left could be built at all from its quarrelsome subculture of factions.
  • We quarreled over the question as to who discovered America
  • Ha, presented three quarrels probably , on backless stool's people have stood.
  • You rather want to escape with her from this cramped, quarrelsome little world. Times, Sunday Times
  • We visited what is called the silversmith's quarter, but it was utterly unlike what such a locality would be elsewhere, composed of one-story mud cabins, in narrow filthy lanes full of chickens, mangy dogs, cats, and quarrelsome children. Due West or Round the World in Ten Months
  • She had at least 3 kids - Tante Chaya, Grandpa Boris, and, well, Max who was Maida's dad, but Grandma quarrelled with him & his wife (surprise!) ... they lived in the Bronx quite close to our family, and her mom still lives there at 96! My Friday, By Delia
  • In its details, whether we regard the haughty claims of delegated omnipotence advanced by Rome, or the carefully studied historical and canonistic arguments built up by Sarpi, the quarrel has lost actuality. Renaissance in Italy, Volumes 1 and 2 The Catholic Reaction
  • I am sick of all the quarrelling among politicians who should be concentrating on vital issues.
  • I hope there is no row between you;" for the idea of an open quarrel between Phil and Acton made Jack rather qualmish. Acton's Feud A Public School Story
  • It is unwise for an outsider to obtrude his opinions into a family quarrel.
  • How did the quarrel arise?
  • Don't involve me in your quarrel.
  • You are entering a challenging time of quarrels and conflict that nevertheless will offer you the chance to put an end to a tricky situation once and for all.
  • They love quarrelling with them, adding to them and subtracting from them. Times, Sunday Times
  • They had a bitter quarrel about/over some money three years ago and they haven't spoken to each other since.
  • There was a lot of complaining and some quarreling from all involved.
  • The union leader needed all his diplomacy to settle the quarrel between the employer and the employees.
  • Serious diplomatic quarrels and armed conflicts have begun over less significant misunderstandings.
  • The moon soothes family relationships and quarrels are forgotten. The Sun
  • a resolvable quarrel
  • The quarrels of the different political parties seemed likely to disrupt the state.
  • And, funnily enough, once the animals are gone, there is no quarreling, no fighting and plenty of room for everyone! Globe and Mail
  • Then, against the background of bitter, violent parental quarrels, Chester began a spree of delinquency.
  • Customers often asked the kindly gentleman to help crack their problems, which could be anything from domestic quarrels to housing disputes.
  • They had a bitter quarrel about/over some money three years ago and they haven't spoken to each other since.
  • Edgar risks his reason up in quarrel with Oswald, as he has risked it in assisting Gloucester after a duke's defamation by Cornwall, Goneril, Regan as good as Edmund. Archive 2009-11-01
  • I remember, about ten years ago, the Signor had a quarrel with a cavaliero of Milan. The Mysteries of Udolpho
  • FrancoBritish disaccord over the Schuman Plan was thus, at bottom, an Anglo-American quarrel. Britain Versus Europe—The Schuman Plan and German Revival
  • Her behavior provoked a quarrel between the couple
  • Two quarrel and a third profits by it. 
  • I am sick of all the quarrelling among politicians who should be concentrating on vital issues.
  • We should not quarrel over external differences.
  • This newly wedded couple are always quarreling.
  • It's silly to quarrel over trifles.
  • Police said the couple had quarrelled earlier in the evening.
  • But they were accustomed to such demonstrations; they well knew that the curates never dined or took tea together without a little exercise of the sort, and were quite easy as to consequences, knowing that these clerical quarrels were as harmless as they were noisy, that they resulted in nothing, and that, on whatever terms the curates might part to-night, they would be sure to meet the best friends in the world to-morrow morning. Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte
  • But the site of them, unquarreling, almost companionable, prompted me to resume it.
  • Madras — her quarrel with Lady Smith, wife of Sir Minos Smith the puisne judge, is still remembered by some at Madras, when the Vanity Fair
  • But at the same time, he quarrels with the logic that produced that strategy and puts a set of onerous conditions in the way of its execution.
  • One of the grandest things about these dependencies is that we are so busy quarrelling among ourselves that we have no time to abuse the Mother Country. Australia and Her Relations to the British Empire
  • They showed a remarkable degree of moderation in not quarrelling publicly on television.
  • They study magic and write treatises and quarrel, as scholars will, but none of them can cast a spell to save his life.
  • quarrelsome when drinking
  • Even as the mystic poet is dying, some of his followers and admirers have begun to quarrel over what to do with his mortal remains.
  • An ill workman quarrels with his tools. 
  • We must now consider the friendliness which is called affability, and the opposite vices which are flattery and quarreling. Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province
  • On a sweltering sugar plantation, two brothers quarrel. Times, Sunday Times
  • When they had a quarrel, it was always she who lay awake afterwards.
  • I have in mind the escalation of violent quarrels and feuds, particularly in a tribal culture.
  • We managed to patch our quarrel.
  • It allowed him, and the scores of men like him who litigated over quarrels like this, to make use of deep-laid linguistic and cultural meanings of masculinity.
  • A bad workman quarrels with his tools. 
  • The wolf has a winning game when the shepherds quarrel
  • You can make the first move to end a quarrel between two people. The Sun
  • Again, I would like to ask the reader about his judgment towards Israel, which in two consecutive weeks, found itself quarrelling with both Sweden and Norway; in other words, a militarist occupying country, founded on the myths of the Torah, is facing off with two Scandinavian countries - the practical epithets of humanity, peace and civilization - in ethical issues. Opinion Source: Delivering summaries of editorial and op-ed pieces from major papers by email.
  • When two people are in love, they are eager to have more sweet kisses. But why they are in quarrel, they are hurting each other by the mouths that once used for kissing? Every time when I was upset or tired, I can only kiss by myself.
  • When you quarrel with a close friend, talk about the main dish, don't quibble over the appetizers.
  • Do I feel bad that I was done in by a 13-year-old boy and didn't know that "termagant" means me at times ... a quarrelsome woman? NBC Treats Word Games Like the Olympic Games

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