Example sentences for: squabble

How can you use “squabble” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • McLaughlin displayed a statistic claiming the sanctions had contributed to the deaths of as many as 1.4-million Iraqi civilians since the end of Gulf War I. That, of course, set off a squabble about the validity of the numbers and a fumbling calculus of how many lives had been saved from chemical and biological warfare by keeping Saddam "in his box" since 1990.

  • And even on Kosovo, a topic you wouldn't think Israelis could disagree about, they are managing to squabble, revealing a peculiar ambivalence about this black-and-white issue.

  • The privilege squabble, in fact, marks the first time the Dead President defense has failed.

  • Profiles of Philbin are tedious because he has revealed everything on the show (his latest squabble with his wife, etc.).

  • When air disasters occur, there is an investigation to determine the cause, much as, at the end of a relationship, we try to understand why it failed, but without the advantage of voice recording, so we're left to squabble endlessly over who said what.


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