from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of brawl.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Quarreling; quarrelsome; noisy.
- adj. Making a loud confused noise. See Brawl, v. i., 3.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of quarreling specifically, in English law, the offense of quarreling or creating a disturbance in a church or churchyard.
- Contentious; quarrelsome; noisy.
- Making the noise of rushing water; as, “brawling springs,”
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The brawling is careless in the choreography department, but then again, it is in the movies, too.
But once you begin brawling in Midway's Mortal Kombat vs. D.C. Universe, you learn it ...
Although there were no more cucU, with what face dare they call a brawling court the iudgement of the Church?
The process will be messy, as democracy always is, but the brawling is a sign of progress.
And I think this is putting democracy to a real test and leadership on both sides, leaders on both sides need to step up and put an end to these disruptive kind of brawling, physically violent sessions.
These Belootchees are a kind of brawling, good-for-nothing Janizaries.
Board, he said it was exactly this kind of brawling which had brought about the collapse of Codesa a year ago.
He said the only way to improve the country's situation was to stop the "brawling" between the ANC and the National Party.
'A case of that unbridled brawling which is, alas, but too common in our London streets.
Polly clung to Richard’s arm, trembling at the rude voices, the laughter, the brawling, that issued from the grog-shops; at the continual apparition of rough, bearded men.