verb (used without object), quib·bled, quib·bling.
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OTHER WORDS FROM quibblequibbler, nounoutquibble, verb (used with object), out·quib·bled, out·quib·bling.
Example sentences from the Web for quibble
With him the quibbler, the doctrinaire, the political economist, has no place.Sir Charles Napier|Sir William Francis Butler
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
And the last time you had a word or two—y' infairnal quibbler—was it just before your last spasm, eh?Hard Cash|Charles Reade
Thus had confusion been brought to the last quibbler in Zion.The Lions of the Lord|Harry Leon Wilson