quarreling


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It is these lines that have been blurred instead of clear this last week, and all the astronomers have been quarreling over the reason.
Wardour seized the opportunity of quarreling with him.
In quarreling about the shadow we often lose the substance.
But the Welsh degenerating from the nobility of the Britons, never after recovered the sovereignty of the island, but on the contrary quarreling at one time amongst themselves, and at another with the Saxons, never ceased to have bloodshed on hand either in public or private feud.
I am the cause of quarreling and wretchedness, without meaning it, God knows.
Early in James' reign, therefore, Jonson was made Court Poet, and during the next thirty years he produced about forty masks, devoting to them much attention and care, and quarreling violently with Inigo Jones, the Court architect, who contrived the stage settings.