verb (used without object), quib·bled, quib·bling.
Related formsquib·bler, nounout·quib·ble, verb (used with object), out·quib·bled, out·quib·bling.
Examples from the Web for quibbler
If there is one thing I find it difficult to have Christian patience with, it is a quibbler.Hildegarde's Harvest|Laura E. Richards
You are a quibbler, I vow; but I would not hear your worst enemy accuse you of being orthodox.A Nest of Linnets|Frank Frankfort Moore
He was adroit and quick, and was rather a quibbler than a great lawyer.The Memories of Fifty Years|William H. Sparks
With him the quibbler, the doctrinaire, the political economist, has no place.Sir Charles Napier|Sir William Francis Butler