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"
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Translations
مَيْل إلى الشِّجار
nesnášenlivost
stridbarhed
veszekedõs természet
deilugirni
kavgacılık

quarrelsomeness

[ˈkwɒrəlsəmnɪs] Nespíritu m pendenciero
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quarrelsomeness

nStreitsucht f
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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
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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.
to ultimately transform an agreement to society that initially had been pathologically coerced into a moral whole." (36) The most valuable ability consists in man's perception of himself as possessing "a rational nature": "For this reason one should thank nature," rhapsodizes Kant, "for their quarrelsomeness, for their jealously competitive vanity, for their heartless competitive vanity, for their insatiable appetite for property and even for power!" This cocktail of evil dispositions will compel humans to recognize that a cosmopolitan order more than any other reconciles self-interest with moral imperatives.
Their deviations ranging from disorderliness, crying, disobedience, quarrelsomeness, laziness normalize through work (not play) in the Prepared Environment.
He deftly highlights the overriding ambition, tactless zeal, prickly sense of honor, and quarrelsomeness that made Arnold a difficult subordinate.
OGB consider one view that has been put forward which attributes the lack of progress in philosophy to psychological interests--specifically the quarrelsomeness of philosophers.
There are many crises in the country: poverty, unemployment, insecurity and quarrelsomeness of political leaders.
The accusations form the base of the quarrelsomeness, which is another typical symptom of cortisol-deficiency.
246); Harriet Martineau to John Chapman, on Browning's past "quarrelsomeness" and his "frankness and kindliness" (p.
22- Aggression None: No aggression Hostility, unease, quarrelsomeness, (committing physical violence) despising contravention Mild: Uneasy, perturbed.