Scholars may quibble as to which film corresponds to which plague, especially because any number them seem like incurable boils.
There are several other things in the Wiki vs. doctors article to quibble about, which the authors generously note.
He can quibble that he favored “a managed bankruptcy”—without the use of federal funds.
You can quibble about beginnings, middles and ends but what we're talking about is over a year ago.
This quibble aside, “Breakfast with Mugabe” offers food for thought.
The quibble that the troops in Egypt are mine has been broken to pieces by my first touch!
As for that quibble of nor more nor less, why, 'tis the debtor's place to deliver his promise.
Most of my readers will laugh at the idea of a serious answer to such a quibble.
Sometimes they have the knowledge and quibble out of the use of it.
His Word could never be relied on, as he had always some quibble to evade it.
1610s, "a pun, a play on words," probably a diminutive of obsolete quib "evasion of point at issue," based on an overuse of Latin quibus? in legal jargon, which supposedly gave it the association with trivial argument. Meaning "equivocation, evasion of the point" is attested from 1660s.
"equivocate, evade the point, turn from the point in question or the plain truth," 1650s, from quibble (n.). Earlier "to pun" (1620s). Related: Quibbled; quibbling.