brangle


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brangle

(ˈbræŋɡəl)
n
a squabble, dispute, or wrangle
vb (intr)
to squabble, dispute, or wrangle
References in classic literature ?
"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."
Nor so ends the Brangle; But Base with Base, Treble with Treble wrangle.
BrAngle measures the angle between the daughter branches, while TrmBrOrder is the average branch order of the dendritic terminations or tips.