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feud about (someone or something)

To continuously argue or fight with someone about someone or something. You need to stop feuding about the pettiest things with your co-workers Are Mom and Aunt Judy still feuding about who gets to host the holiday dinners?
See also: feud

feud over (someone or something)

To continuously argue or fight with someone about someone or something. You need to stop feuding over the pettiest things with your co-workers. Are Mom and Aunt Judy still feuding over who gets to host the holiday dinners?
See also: feud, over

feud with (someone)

To continuously argue or fight with someone about someone or something. Tina is always feuding with at least one of her co-workers over the pettiest things. Please tell me that Mom has stopped feuding with Aunt Judy over who gets to host the holiday dinners.
See also: feud

feud with (someone) about (someone or something)

To continuously argue or fight with someone about someone or something. Tina is always feuding with at least one co-worker about the pettiest things. Please tell me that Mom has stopped feuding with Aunt Judy about who gets to host the holiday dinners.
See also: feud

feud with (someone) over (someone or something)

To continuously argue or fight with someone about someone or something. Tina is always feuding with at least one of her co-workers over the pettiest things. Please tell me that Mom has stopped feuding with Aunt Judy over who gets to host the holiday dinners.
See also: feud, over
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

feud (with someone) (over someone or something)

 and feud (with someone) about (someone or something)
to fight with someone over someone or something; to have an ongoing battle with someone about someone or something. Some of the neighbors are feuding with each other over the parking places on the street. Don't feud over her with me!
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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