|nahistella englanniksi||bicker, skirmish, scrap, tiff|
: They bickered about dinner every evening.
*: petty things about which men cark and bicker
*: I come from haunts of coot and hern, / I make a sudden sally, / And sparkle out among the fern, / To bicker down a valley.
*: They [streamlets] bickered through the sunny shade.
*: Two eagles had a conflict, and bickered together.
*: I have no materials — not a scrap.
: I found a scrap of cloth to patch the hole.
: Give the scraps to the dogs and watch them fight.
: That car isnt good for anything but scrap.
: pork scraps
: We got in a little scrap over who should pay the bill.
*: There’s Tom, now, since this tiff with Mrs. Cat, the scoundrel plays the Grand Turk here!
*: sipping his tiff of brandy punch.
*: She tiffed with Tim, she ran from Ralph.
: rfquotek|A. TuckerWebster 1913