quarrel

  1. an angry dispute
  2. an arrow that is shot from a crossbow; has a head with four edges

quarrel

[n] - an angry dispute 2. [n] - an arrow that is shot from a crossbow 3. [v] - have a disagreement over something
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Quarrel

Quar'rel noun [ Middle English quarel , Old French quarrel , French carreau , Late Latin quadrellus , from Latin quadrus square. See Quadrate , and confer Quadrel , Quarry an arrow, Carrel .] 1. An arrow for a crossbow; -- so n...
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Quarrel

Quar'rel noun [ Middle English querele , Old French querele , French querelle , from Latin querela , querella , a complaint, from queri to complain. See Querulous .] 1. A breach of concord, amity, or obligation; a falling out; a difference; a ...
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Quarrel

Quar'rel intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Quarreled or Quarrelled ; present participle & verbal noun Quarreling or Quarrelling .] 1. To violate concord or agreement; to have a difference; to fall out;...
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Quarrel

Quar'rel transitive verb 1. To quarrel with. [ R.] 'I had quarelled my brother purposely.' B. Jonson. 2. To compel by a quarrel; as, to quarrel a man out of his estate or rights.
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Quarrel

Quar'rel noun [ Written also quarreller .] One who quarrels or wrangles; one who is quarrelsome. Shak.
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quarrel

wrangle 1 row noun an angry dispute; `they had a quarrel`; `they had words`
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quarrel

noun an arrow that is shot from a crossbow; has a head with four edges
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Quarrel

• (n.) One who quarrels or wrangles; one who is quarrelsome. • (n.) A small opening in window tracery, of which the cusps, etc., make the form nearly square. • (v. t.) To compel by a quarrel; as, to quarrel a man out of his estate or rights. • (n.) A square or lozenge-shaped paving tile. • (n.) Ground of objection, dislike,...
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Quarrel

[video game] Quarrel is a video game developed by Denki and published by UTV Ignition Entertainment. It is a word-based strategy game, described as `Scrabble x Risk x Countdown.` It was released for iOS devices on August 25, 2011 and on January 25, 2012 for Xbox Live Arcade. ==Gameplay== In Quarrel, the aim of the game is to take all the te...
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Quarrel

In architecture a quarrel is any small square or quadrangular member; for example a square of glass, especially 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.
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quarrel

arrow for a crossbow
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quarrel

A crossbow arrow
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Quarrel

A quarrel was a bolt or dart to be shot from a cross-bow, or thrown a catapult. It had a square head and a pyramidal point.
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Quarrel

A quarrel or bolt is the term for the ammunition used in a crossbow. The name `quarrel` is derived from the French carré, `square`, referring to the fact that they typically have square heads. Although their length varies, they are typically shorter than traditional arrows. ==Footnotes== ...
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quarrel

diamond pane of glass
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Quarrel

When birds attack and fight each other, orig OFr. querele = to complain
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Quarrel

A lozenge-shaped panel or pane of glass.
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quarrel

an angry dispute
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