brangle


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brangle

(ˈbræŋɡəl)
n
a squabble, dispute, or wrangle
vb (intr)
to squabble, dispute, or wrangle
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I was a fool, it's a fact, to let any such brangle come up," said Legree; "but, when the boy set up his will, he had to be broke in.
BrAngle measures the angle between the daughter branches, while TrmBrOrder is the average branch order of the dendritic terminations or tips.
The expressive brangle named what we now less colorfully call an argument.