Most recently, with private capital nearly unavailable, Silverstein and the Port Authority have squabbled over funding.
While Boehner and the Democrats squabbled over relatively meaningless cuts, the president sat back and played referee.
For almost fifteen years now, the two republics have squabbled over money, European Union status and, you guessed it, borders.
They squabbled over the spending of a penny and each grudged food to the other.
The dories roved and fished and squabbled till a swell underran the sea.
They squabbled and bickered and argued till the noise they made wakened Babo, and he sat up.
The two loved each other the better the more they squabbled.
He fought and squabbled for an hour, and I found that, without some abatement, I never should have settled the affair.'
The night before the flying-foxes had screamed and squabbled round the house.
And so for an hour or more they squabbled over a large sheet of paper and at last evolved a course of reading for her.
c.1600, probably of imitative origin (cf. dialectal Swedish skvabbel "quarrel," dialectal German schwabbeln "to babble, prattle"). The verb is recorded from c.1600.