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The first tiff in love, as the first fault in friendship, is the only one of which we are able to make good use.
If I were to do as you propose, in a bit of a tiff, it would cut you off entirely from my life.
You remind me more and more every day, Tiff, of that dear delightful old Baden-Baden.
CHANTICLEERCORNELIUS MATHEWS
We'd had a bit of a tiff overnight, but she got up as quiet as a lamb and never said a word agin me, which surprised me.
THE BLUE GERMMARTIN SWAYNE
He and Fleming Secundus had quite a tiff about it, though they are again good friends.
The occasion of this—their first—tiff was small, but by no means insignificant.
This particular tiff had taken place while Armstrong and his wife were making their excursion to Fiesole.
THE SPELLWILLIAM DANA ORCUTT
Our commerce with South America is scarcely beyond the point it had reached before our week-end tiff with Spain.
The surroundings were at least "sociable," and there was companionship and jollity, with an occasional tiff to keep things lively.
THE DESERTERCHARLES KING
The word tiff in connection with her tale had a peculiar savour, a paralysing effect.
CHANCEJOSEPH CONRAD

WORDS RELATED TO TIFF

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