feud with (someone)

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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
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The administration wants the Gulf states united to fight militants and contain Iran, instead of feuding with one another.
You work in an office and end up feuding with one of your coworkers, the fault could be his.
Along the way there has been online feuding with One Direction, performances at London's Wembley Stadium and O2 Arena, not to mention New York's Madison Square Garden and the White House and they have played to a combined audience of one million people worldwide.
A peace conference is scheduled for January by the United Nations, but "with rebels feuding with one another instead of concentrating on fighting Mr.
Feuding with one's neighbor will undoubtedly pressurize the already delicate politics of apartment life.
Moreover, the parties could not pose a united front against the military since they were constantly feuding with one another.