Definition Of quarrel

verb

a short, heavy, square-headed arrow or bolt used in a crossbow or arbalest.

A few Elven archers fell, pierced by the poisoned crossbow quarrels (arrows).

an angry argument or disagreement, typically between people who are usually on good terms.

he made the mistake of picking a quarrel with John

have an angry argument or disagreement.

stop quarreling with your sister

Example Of quarrel

  • And I have absolutely no quarrel whatsoever with how well, Steve, you performed your duties.

  • As for D' Souza's defense of capitalism, he'll get no quarrel from me, although it's astonishing how little these arguments change over the years.

  • Confrontation on Spruce St. is one example, in which a young couple is seen arguing - maybe over a parking spot, maybe having a lovers' quarrel , maybe even sharing a joke.

  • Consider this: the samples were tested at Metrowater's laboratory and there should thus be no quarrel about figures!

  • Gossip causes quarrel and tears apart relationships, families, even entire communities.


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