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anonymous

  • one year ago

Which of the synonyms below best describes a disagreement that may soon become very heated? Tiff—a small or petty argument Brawl—a noisy argument or fight Dispute—a verbal, spoken, disagreement Quarrel—a spoken argument between people

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I don't think it's Tiff, which, typically, is between friends, and I feel the same about Quarrel, which is usually between people who are on relatively good terms with each other. Typically a Dispute BECOMES a Brawls, which are usually what a very heated argument becomes, but I'd have to go with Brawl.

  2. anonymous
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    Same i chose that but i wasn't sure..

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