squabble

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A minor fight or argument as between children, for example
To participate in a minor fight or argument

The brothers were always squabbling with each other.

to quarrel
{v} to wrangle, debate peevishly, brawl
{n} a wrangle, debate peevishly, brawl
To disarrange, so that the letters or lines stand awry or are mixed and need careful readjustment; said of type that has been set up
a quarrel about petty points
{i} minor fight, petty dispute, trivial argument
To contend for superiority in an unseemly maner; to scuffle; to struggle; to wrangle; to quarrel
To debate peevishly; to dispute
A scuffle; a wrangle; a brawl
{f} quarrel, bicker over something of little value
argue over petty things; "Let's not quibble over pennies"
When people squabble, they quarrel about something that is not really important. Mother is devoted to Dad although they squabble all the time My four-year-old squabbles with his friends + squabbling squab·bling In recent months its government has been paralysed by political squabbling. Squabble is also a noun. There have been minor squabbles about phone bills. to argue about something unimportant = quarrel squabble over/about (Probably from a language)
brangle
squabble between
argue over trivial matters with -
squabbler
{n} a quarrelsome or brawling fellow
squabbled
past of squabble
squabbler
a person who squabbles
squabbler
{i} one who quarrels about trivial issues
squabbler
One who squabbles; a contentious person; a brawler
squabbles
plural of , squabble
squabbles
third-person singular of squabble
squabbling
present participle of squabble
squabbling
{i} act of quarrelling, bickering over something of little value
to squabble
brangle
squabble
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