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- adjective Having the
tendencyto squabble, argumentative
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Sorry if it came across as being being petty or squabbly.
A Cheap Musical Instrument From My Childhood - means that you like to torture people with loud squeeks and squabbly noises that only a mother could appreciate.
The poor convoy! it is becoming very squabbly and tiresome, and there is
I encourage and invite feedback, but I would prefer to discuss the substance of what I’m arguing, rather than focusing on tit-for-tat squabbly disagreements.
I am also one who benefits from the "Well, things could be worse; I could be [insert terrible burden here]" comparison study (as in, "Yeah, the kids are squabbly today, but it could be worse.
I am also one who benefits from the "Well, things could be worse; I could be insert terrible burden here" comparison study as in, "Yeah, the kids are squabbly today, but it could be worse.