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Joe flung pieces of fish into the air, and kept chatting volubly as his pets swooped and squabbled.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
The gulls and mews clamored rapturously, and squabbled with gay zest over the choicer prizes of their fishing.
KINGS IN EXILESIR CHARLES GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS
They squabbled over the spending of a penny and each grudged food to the other.
MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF OUR OWN LAND, COMPLETECHARLES M. SKINNER
Thus they fought and squabbled over their beloved dogmas, while the enemy was slowly gathering his toils around the doomed city.
THE RISE OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIREHECTOR H. MUNRO
The squirrels and oxeyes squabbled in the hazels, and the badgers went harvesting when the moon rose.
LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND
They squabbled more or less; but Buck wouldn't allow any other fellow to be Flo's escort.
FRED FENTON ON THE TRACKALLEN CHAPMAN
They were a rough crowd, those diggers, rowdy and foul-mouthed, and they squabbled not a little over their partners.
THE MOVING FINGERMARY GAUNT
There were hectic meetings at which the youthful literary pioneers squabbled, and debated, and almost came to blows.
PAUL AND THE PRINTING PRESSSARA WARE BASSETT
If they have, they'll never understand how we doubted and squabbled.
MRS. MAXON PROTESTSANTHONY HOPE
Then she wouldn't show me the finished letters, and we almost squabbled over it.
I WALKED IN ARDENJACK CRAWFORD

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