quarrelsomeness


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Noun1.quarrelsomeness - an inclination to be quarrelsome and contentiousquarrelsomeness - an inclination to be quarrelsome and contentious
disagreeableness - an ill-tempered and offensive disposition
litigiousness - a quarrelsome disposition to engage in or carry on lawsuits; "charges of litigiousness and widespread perjury"
Translations
مَيْل إلى الشِّجار
nesnášenlivost
stridbarhed
veszekedõs természet
deilugirni
kavgacılık

quarrelsomeness

[ˈkwɒrəlsəmnɪs] Nespíritu m pendenciero

quarrelsomeness

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quarrel

(ˈkworəl) noun
an angry disagreement or argument. I've had a quarrel with my girl-friend.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈquarrelled , (American) ˈquarreled
to have an angry argument (with someone). I've quarrelled with my girl-friend; My girl-friend and I have quarrelled.
ˈquarrelsome adjective
inclined to quarrel. quarrelsome children.
ˈquarrelsomeness noun
References in classic literature ?
It begins with the allegory of the two Strifes, who stand for wholesome Emulation and Quarrelsomeness respectively.
Tulliver ought properly to have directed against himself for his general quarrelsomeness, and his special exhibition of it in going to law.
This quarrelsomeness induced by minor stresses makes life difficult for family members or colleagues at work.
22- Aggression None: No aggression Hostility, unease, quarrelsomeness, (committing physical violence) despising contravention Mild: Uneasy, perturbed.
The quarrelsomeness with which the campaigns for rival policies have been waged is surely the most notable feature of these altercations.
But let an inquiry be held to ascertain whether anyone has been expelled from the community because of pettiness or quarrelsomeness or any such ill nature on the part of the bishop.