Definitions

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  • n. One who feuds.

Etymologies

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feud +‎ -er

Examples

  • Tori Spelling's new book, "Mommywood," hits bookshelves next month, but the actress 'own mommy, frequent-feuder

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  • At different points in his life Mr. Mailer was a prodigious drinker and drug taker, a womanizer, a devoted family man, a would-be politician who ran for mayor of New York, a hipster existentialist, an antiwar protester, an opponent of women’s liberation and an all-purpose feuder and short-fused brawler, who with the slightest provocation would happily engage in head-butting, arm-wrestling and random punch-throwing.

    Norman Mailer, 84, Is Dead

  • I didn’t include the culprit’s name because it appeared to me that our host preferred not to do so, and I have no wish to involve John in a fight with a, um, notoriously vigorious feuder involuntarily.

    Apropos of Nothing in Particular « Whatever

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