Origin of bicker1
OTHER WORDS FROM bickerbick·er·er, nounun·bick·ered, adjectiveun·bick·er·ing, adjective
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How to use bicker in a sentence
Joy Woodhouse calls in to tell her bickering boys Brad and Dallas to “get this out of your system” before Christmas.
Such admiration for the American system sounds strange in this era of gridlock and bickering.
Chronic partisan bickering largely gave way to a rare moment of well-deserved self-congratulation.
The landings culminated years of debate, planning, construction, bickering, invention, training, deception of the enemy and more.D-Day Historian Craig Symonds Talks About History’s Most Amazing Invasion|Marc Wortman|June 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Leaders are constantly issuing contradictory orders and security commanders are bickering.
The bickering might have gone on the rest of the evening except that Barbara Sutton told them they were both being very foolish.
There was haggling and bickering until a price of sixty was agreed upon, and Mr. McCann's heart expanded with satisfaction.Scattergood Baines|Clarence Budington Kelland
There was nothing to distract him from the sordidness of the bickering household in George Street.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
"I saw you as I was coming away from Kendrick's last night," he began, with a bickering rasp in his voice.The Wreckers|Francis Lynde
Einstein was the only thinker in a century gone mad from bickering.Hunters Out of Space|Joseph Everidge Kelleam
British Dictionary definitions for bicker
- (esp of a stream) to run quickly
- to flicker; glitter