|scold, quarrel, tease||chid (chide)|
|scold, quarrel, tease||chide|
|(Slang) anger, madden; provoke, tease, annoy somebody, bad mood, something that annoys||peeve|
|a telling off, reprimand, reproach, scold, reprove, scolding, admonition, reproval, tell somebody off||rebuke|
|ability or willingness to fight, battle, combat; wrestle; quarrel; boxing match; desire to do battle, battle; combat; wrestle; advance through great effort, box against somebody, carry on battle or contest, go to war, oppose something, struggle, strugg...||fight|
|accomplish easily, go somewhere briskly, light to moderate wind, light wind; quarrel, feud, move quickly; blow softly, something easy||breeze|
|acupuncture tool, conifer leaf, engraving tool, knitting tool, obelisk, pointed crystal, pointed part, pointer, provocation, provoke, sew, stitch; prick; be sarcastic; tease, sewing tool, slender pointed tools (usually of metal, often with a hole a one...||needle|
|address somebody loudly and forcefully, forceful criticism or persuasion, make a passionate or pompous speech; lecture, scold, scolding||harangue|
|advertisement offering a gift, implement for teasing wool, one who mocks or taunts; tantalizing and difficult problem or riddle, preview of a TV show, book, or movie, tease, tricky problem||teaser|
|advise, rebuke, warn; scold; reprove||admonish|
|amorous behavior, competitive physical activity, derision, enjoy yourself, for informal wear, for sporting activities, form of address, frolic, play; engage in sports; ridicule; trifle, joke, tease; show off, display ostentatiously, gambler, game, athl...||sport|
|annoy or offend, ill humor, petty argument; bad mood, petty quarrel, put out of humor; annoy; offend||miff|
|any of several varieties of edible plant from the genus Rheum (used as a food and medication); argument, squabble (Slang), interj. nonsense! no way!, medicinal Asian plant, pie plant, plant with edible stalks, quarrel, rhubarb stalks as food||rhubarb|
|any of the curved bones which form the rib cage; support which resembles a rib bone; central vein of a leaf; lengthwise ridge (in fabric, etc.), curved bone of chest, install ribs, strengthen with ribs; tease, mock, make fun of, knit plain and purl sti...||rib|
|argue heatedly, fight, quarrel||altercate|
|argue noisily over something unimportant, minor fight, petty dispute, trivial argument, petty loud argument, quarrel, bicker over something of little value||squabble|
|argue noisily, horizontal line; journey in a rowboat; instance of paddling; argument, quarrel; noise, ruckus, line of seats, line of things, loud fight, narrow street between lines of houses, paddle, propel a boat with oars; rebuke, scold, reprimand (B...||row|
|argue, debate; appeal, contest; oppose, fight against, argument, disagree, industrial disagreement, quarrel, question||dispute|
|argue, ill humor, quarrel, small fight||tiff|
|argue, quarrel, squabble, dispute||bicker|
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