fight among yourselves/ourselves/themselves

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fight among yourselves/ourselves/themselves

To argue or bicker within a certain group of people. I have nothing to do with this, so you guys can fight among yourselves.

fight amongst

or fight among
v.
To engage in mutual hostilities; squabble. Used reflexively: The siblings fought amongst themselves constantly. During our meetings, we always fight among ourselves.
See also: amongst, fight
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They had hit the trail sixteen hours on end that day, the dogs had come in too tired to fight among themselves or even snarl, and Kama had perceptibly limped the last several miles; yet Daylight was on trail next morning at six o'clock.
After a while there were none left to make peace, and the rude tribes which sprang from the survivors continued to fight among themselves because they knew no better condition of society.
"They would fight among themselves, and while they fought the Mahars would fall upon them, and even though the Mahar race should die out, of what value would the emancipation of the human race be to them without the knowledge, which you alone may wield, to guide them toward the wonderful civilization of which you have told me so much that I long for its comforts and luxuries as I never before longed for anything.
On the other hand, if he made no attempt to follow them, they might move slowly away from him, later to fight among themselves for the supremacy.
Each of the three who had been struck by the stone took it for granted that his next neighbor had given him a blow; and instead of running any farther towards Jason, they began to fight among themselves. The confusion spread through the host, so that it seemed scarcely a moment before they were all hacking, hewing, and stabbing at one another, lopping off arms, heads, and legs and doing such memorable deeds that Jason was filled with immense admiration; although, at the same time, he could not help laughing to behold these mighty men punishing each other for an offense which he himself had committed.
'Among all the parties in PH, DAP is among the strongest one where its leaders do not fight among themselves. That was one of the reasons why I chose to strengthen DAP in Kelantan,' Bazlan was quoted saying.
A lawmaker from Nyanza was forced to take back some money he had given to his constituents to share out after the lot showed signs of putting up a fight among themselves. The MP gave the lot Sh150,000 ostensibly in a bid to regain their support, having lost touch with the locals as well as his party boss.
With Brexit on Friday effectively cancelled, and perhaps postponed for many months as even ministers and MPs committed to quitting Europe fight among themselves, this is a good moment to start a national conversation.
The opposition parties might fight among themselves. I don't think they can come up with a common minimum programme (CMP) and fight together,aACA[yen] said Mollah.
The man who was last choice as leader of an almost defunct political party now wants to grab power and be Prime Minister of this great country by causing as much chaos as is possible over Brexit that the main parties will fight among themselves and he can then form a grand coalition of all the smaller parties and dissidents and be elected leader.
The man who was last choice as leader of an almost defunct political party now wants to grab power and be Prime Minister of this great country by causing as much chaos as possible over Brexit, so that the main parties will fight among themselves and he can then form a grand coalition of all the smaller parties and dissidents and be elected leader.
Politicians were not so bad as some people thought about them and when they fight among themselves it should not be taken that seriously, he added.
AS IF Labour needed another reason to fight among themselves, along comes a new spat in the ranks.
We are all for peace but when the Moros fight among themselves, how could the Mindanao problems be solved?
Typically, they prefer to fight among themselves rather than serve the general public who pay the bills.