brangle

[brang-guh l]British Archaic.

noun

a squabble.

verb (used without object), bran·gled, bran·gling.

to dispute in a noisy or angry manner; squabble.

Nearby words

  1. brandy mint,
  2. brandy snap,
  3. brandy snifter,
  4. brandywine,
  5. branford,
  6. brangus,
  7. branhamella,
  8. brank,
  9. branks,
  10. branle

Origin of brangle

First recorded in 1545–55; perhaps variant of branle

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