quarrel

Part of speech: adjective

Quarrelsome.

Part of speech: noun

Quarrelsomeness.

Part of speech: verb

To dispute; fall out; disagree.

Part of speech: noun

An angry or violent dispute; also, the cause of dispute.

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Usage examples "quarrel":

  1. Don't you and Dora begin to quarrel now. - "Duffels", Edward Eggleston.
  2. Then there had been a quarrel. - "Mortmain", Arthur Cheny Train.
  3. As for Mark, he can take care of himself, and if you know when you are well off you won't pick a quarrel with him. - "The Courier of the Ozarks", Byron A. Dunn.