squabble[ skwob-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF squabble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SQUABBLE
If we get into this squabble you'll find them cheering the loudest and waving the most flags.
She and I had a squabble in the passage; she said I was not to come in because I had my red dress on.
As I am at present overjoyed to see you, I'll try hard not to squabble with you.
I was not pleased, because I wished to go to sleep, not to squabble with loafers.
The limited field of discussion huddled all disputes into a squabble.
Got into a squabble with the markets and they tied me up for a few days.
I have reason to remember their squabble, for they wanted to make me their arbitrator.
“It ill-befits your dignity to squabble over poppies,” they said.
It is not worth his while to get into a squabble and risk his own life.
Go and chew your bone on the mat, you two, if you've got to squabble.