Thesaurus / wrangle

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Even if he gets his own price he reproaches hiself when he returns home with not having asked a little more, and so got a wrangle.
ASK MOMMAR. S. SURTEES
And a wrangle over the ownership of the word would be a waste of time.
RATIONALISMJOHN MACKINNON ROBERTSON
Did you want to wrangle about the aspect of the fact, the evidence, the what not?
THE COMING OF THE FRIARSAUGUSTUS JESSOPP
The relative merit of poets is a barren thing to wrangle about.
For this Testament do both creeds revere that wrangle over the later.
In barbrous Latin doomd to wrangle writes Byron of the Cambridge of his time.
CAMBRIDGEMILDRED ANNA ROSALIE TUKER
Hard words and a wrangle followed, but Smith did not change expression, and there was a backdown.
WHISPERING SMITHFRANK H. SPEARMAN
Orson and Tudie forgot their own quarrel in the supernal rapture of eavesdropping somebody's else wrangle.
IN A LITTLE TOWNRUPERT HUGHES
So these two wrangle for a while bitterly, for Alsi is not overlord of Griffin in any way.
HAVELOK THE DANECHARLES WHISTLER
Sometimes she would go out into the streets, seeking variety even in a wrangle between her Pekingese and some other dog.
A BED OF ROSESW. L. GEORGE

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