Velitation

Vel`i·ta'tion noun [ Latin velitatio , from velitari , velitatus , to skirmish, from veles , - itis , a light-armed soldier.] A dispute or contest; a slight contest; a skirmish. [ R.] Sir M. Hale. « After a short velitation we parted.»
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Velitation

• (n.) A dispute or contest; a slight contest; a skirmish.
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velitation

skirmish
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