from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A fight with the bare fists.
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- n. A fight using bare fists.
- v. To fight using bare fists.
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- v. fight with the fists
- n. a fight with bare fists
The way these people were trained, even a fistfight could be a duel to the death, and tempers were short.
Act 3 usually concludes with smooshing and/or some kind of fistfight back at the house.
A fistfight had broken out, of course, and the three of them had escaped on a “borrowed” vulture hovercycle.
If you're not justified in killing the bad guy outright, you better be ready to put that gun away fast and prepare for a fistfight.
And don't lose the fistfight or you'll get your own gun used on you, and then maybe on the girlfriend, and maybe on the cops who shows up later.
That's just them—they like to fistfight out a thing.
Mr. Borgelt declined to comment on the employment status of the traders, or directly on the nature of the disturbance, which was reported widely by local media as a fistfight.
Until that accusation, Sparks had known Dedmon to get into nothing more serious than a fistfight or two.
I think this is the kind of show where people need to have faith instead of the usual, “WHAT THE HECK, THIS IS RIDICULOUS!” and turn off the T.V. I love how it stimulates thought instead of seeing what fistfight is going to happen next.
The entertainment director led everyone through the Electric Slide, which caused a fistfight between two men.