Meaning of 'quarrel' (Webster Dictionary)
- An arrow for a crossbow; -- so named because it commonly
had a square head.
- Any small square or quadrangular member
- A square of glass, esp. when set diagonally.
- A small opening in window tracery, of which the cusps,
etc., make the form nearly square.
- A square or lozenge-shaped paving tile.
- A glazier's diamond.
- A four-sided cutting tool or chisel having a
- A breach of concord, amity, or obligation; a falling out;
a difference; a disagreement; an antagonism in opinion, feeling, or
conduct; esp., an angry dispute, contest, or strife; a brawl; an
altercation; as, he had a quarrel with his father about expenses.
- Ground of objection, dislike, difference, or hostility;
cause of dispute or contest; occasion of altercation.
- Earnest desire or longing.
- One who quarrels or wrangles; one who is quarrelsome. - To violate concord or agreement; to have a difference;
to fall out; to be or become antagonistic.
- To dispute angrily, or violently; to wrangle; to scold;
to altercate; to contend; to fight.
- To find fault; to cavil; as, to quarrel with one's lot. - To quarrel with.
- To compel by a quarrel; as, to quarrel a man out of his
estate or rights.