Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A pun; a witticism.
- v. present participle of quibble.
“Even your claim about lobbying were actually true, your semantic quibbling is foolish.”
“I think BluRay IS inherently better just based on the extra room, and all the other quibbling is silly. —”
“CHICAGO (AP) - No quibbling from the Chicago Blackhawks.”
“But such quibbling is to be expected; as a look back at this collection of Atlantic articles on the subject illustrates, when it comes to the Nobel, controversy and debate are the name of the game.”
“And there’s no real point in quibbling over what gets someone working, because so long as it does, it’s ultimately useful.”
“This is straight forward social sciencenot "quibbling", as Dr. Ladner suggests in his response.”
“There's no need to get caught up in the "quibbling" good word over conscription versus voluntary enlistment.”
“To my mind, that kind of quibbling mendacity is part and parcel of religion, but I'm going to restrain myself and not go off on a rant here.”
“Hey, if you want, we can say that as long as we never hit Gettysburg levels of casualties, then everything's hunky-dory, and anything less is "quibbling".”
“So you can demean any disagreement or criticism of this Administration as "quibbling" in the face of the great threat.”
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