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As between adults, we find a general quarrelsomeness which makes political reform as impossible to most Englishmen as to hogs.
It was not unfitting that so quarrelsome a man as Pope should have been the occasion of so much quarrelsomeness in others.
OBITER DICTAAUGUSTINE BIRRELL
It begins with the allegory of the two Strifes, who stand for wholesome Emulation and Quarrelsomeness respectively.
So too, the proverbial quarrelsomeness of tennis-playing women results from the combative habit of mind.
For nothing stimulates the snarling quarrelsomeness of human beings more than the sight of food or the fear of imposition.
THE PACIFIC TRIANGLESYDNEY GREENBIE
Fights were almost unknown for full stomachs were not conducive to quarrelsomeness.
THE BLACK PHANTOMLEO EDWARD MILLER
It must be remembered that at this period private duelling and cavalier quarrelsomeness amounted to a perfect mania.
Crabbedness of temper and quarrelsomeness were not grounds on which any portion of the people would count her a saint.
The peace-loving psalmist describes himself as stunned by the noise and quarrelsomeness of those around him.
Combativeness—Courage, opposition, intrepidity, quarrelsomeness.

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