EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRAWL
What means this brawl in the open streets at this late hour?
He repaired to Berlin, and was killed there in a brawl at a gambling den.
Does it become you to brawl with my garrison the moment you are admitted?
Only remembering that if he plunder or brawl, I may have to leave him hanging on the next bush.'
A drinking den where violent men gather to brawl and gamble.
A few daring jests, a brawl, and a fatal stab, make up the life of Marlowe.
Between Chester and the capital there was not an inn where he had not been in a brawl.
I know not; he was lately wounded in a brawl, and methinks the blow has crazed him.
They know only how to brawl and scrawl 'hot-head' and 'impolitic maniac.'
The whole scene was what, if it had occurred any where else than in a palace, would have been called a brawl.