Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


No doubt her ears were trained by now no longer to heed these squabbles.

It is a chronicle or procession, eked out with soldiers' squabbles.

He squabbles with Pollock more than, in generosity or policy, he ought to do.

I didn't know but you'd got mixed up an' done for in some of them squabbles.

There are no squabbles of any serious kind among the singers?

I'm intensely amused at all the squabbles that go on between Christians.

And you'll have squabbles and disorder and quarrels and impertinence.

Him and me squabbles sos the neighbors most come a-runnin in to part us.

But they are always paid at last; only after what scenes, after what insults, after what squabbles!

The story of his life at this time is largely a story of his squabbles.