squabbly

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squabbly (comparative more squabbly, superlative most squabbly)

  1. Having the tendency to squabble, argumentative
    • 2000, Staughton Lynd, Alice Lynd - The New Rank and File page 125
      We came to have paid staff, and had to go by rules and regulations and contracts, and things started to get squabbly
    • 1983, Frederick Vanderbilt Field - From Right to Left: An Autobiography page 37
      Perhaps the two girls were closer to each other, but Osgood and I were a squabbly pair of youngsters.