bicker[ bik-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF bicker
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BICKER
To bicker, argue, and debate would have been entirely at odds with its standards.
And who taught me to smoke a cobbler, pin a losen, head a bicker, and hold the bannets?
The house which Bicker occupied had always been used as a tavern.
It will be a heavy deficit—a staff out o' my bicker, I trow.
Yet now I will not bicker with thee, for be sure that I am glad at heart.
Do you know what my men would do to you and Bicker if they learned the truth?
"You know well enough, Bicker," answered Captain Moore sternly.
You and Bicker plotted to get us all sick and then let the Indians and Gilroy's gang in on us.
Bicker, Mead and the passenger-purser passed the evening in the village.
They were cast in a quieter time and refuse to bicker on a paltry minute.