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Sentence count:42+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bickerdifferdisagreedisputefightquarrelrowspattiffSimilar words: scrabbleequabilityvaluablesquadsquaresquallsqualidsquare upMeaning: ['skwɑbl /'skwɒbl]  n. a quarrel about petty points. v. argue over petty things. 
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1. Mother is devoted to Dad although they squabble all the time.
2. Polly and Susie were having a squabble about who was going to hold the dog's lead.
3. He always likes to squabble with others about petty matters.
4. The Universes squabble over him - Here a bone, there a rag.
5. At a third, two little boys squabble over the telephone, which has been unplugged.
6. What began as a squabble has polarised into a national debate.
6. Wish you will love and make progress everyday!
7. The kids always squabble about who should do the dishes.
8. No part of the squabble is more controversial than its scientific underpinning.
9. Government departments should squabble a little less over trifles.
10. Babbitt did not often squabble with his employees.
11. Then there was a squabble on the landing.
12. No man will squaBBle over a nickel.
13. I hate to squabble with my wife about money.
14. Besides, the invariable squabble for money on Saturday nights had begun to weary her unspeakably.
15. The bribery scandal sparked a squabble between radicals and moderates in the parliament.
16. The small gift will smooth over the squabble between the husband and wife.
17. Don't interfere in their squabble -- let them fight it out among themselves.
18. In the event of a squabble arising under this Agreement resulting in litigation, louboutin, the loosing party shall pay the tribunal costs and reasonable attorney's fees of the prevailing party.
19. The way they squabble mulishly to defend now-indefensible positions is itself evidence of how flawed those rational-actor models are.
20. Tom keep squabble with his sister about who is going to use the bicycle.
21. Pretty meaty stuff for an art history major who formerly knew squat about the squabble.
22. The technicians and experts simply mirror this reality as they squabble over the means to maximize profits for their respective ruling classes.
23. However, even those who do not doubt the terrible things that happened can still squabble about their meaning.
24. Don't be tempted to mix similar species of Tanganyikan cichlids - especially Julidochromis, as they will squabble violently.
25. That should be enough time to fan the flames of an all-out, old-fashioned quarterback squabble.
26. Or is it because we already have quite enough issues to squabble over?
27. Already, commission staff and board members are bracing for what they expect will be a long, bitter, litigious squabble.
28. A bill before the House signals the end of the real battle and the start of a squabble over detail.
29. A judge may have to sort out the immediate squabble.
30. But you will agree that the time and place is ill-chosen for this squabble.
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