They squabble, go to couples therapy, listen to public radio.
The crowd that accumulated to watch the squabble reportedly applauded and cheered as Bieber fled the scene.
Refaeli got involved in the squabble herself with a pair of near-identical tweets written in Hebrew.
Bachmann and Cain squabble Asked about foreign aid, Perry called for defunding the United Nations.
There the squabble might have ended if not for The New York Times and its then-executive editor, Howell Raines.
But the squabble was of long standing, and there was nothing to threaten any immediate strife.
She and I had a squabble in the passage; she said I was not to come in because I had my red dress on.
And do you know, friends, a squabble in a cemetery is a fine thing after all!
“It ill-befits your dignity to squabble over poppies,” they said.
With her I used to squabble, and sometimes sent her crying to her mother.
c.1600, probably of imitative origin (cf. dialectal Swedish skvabbel "quarrel," dialectal German schwabbeln "to babble, prattle"). The verb is recorded from c.1600.