fisticuff

[ fis-ti-kuhf ]SEE DEFINITION OF fisticuff

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Ireland and Scotland were about to set to; Erin was going to fisticuff Gajothel.

There was a children's party, and two boys had a fisticuff over you.

In no account of this great conflict is any precision observed concerning the pell-mell and fisticuff parts of it.

In a fisticuff or a rough-and-tumble fight, he was one of the most formidable men of the region in which he lived.

He went so far as to admit to himself that he would have liked nothing better than a fisticuff.

Charles Rush was kind and charitable in disposition, but when exigencies required, would not decline a fisticuff.

If his fairy-godmother had prearranged this fisticuff, she could not have done anything better so far as Killigrew was concerned.

An English traveler came upon two men engaged in a fisticuff fight.

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