Altercation [noun]

Definition of Altercation:

fight, often verbal

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Sentence/Example of Altercation:

Since June, right-wing media makers have recorded and circulated videos of violent altercations at protests in cities including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Portland, Oregon.

He delivered an uncharacteristically blistering speech in Pittsburgh and distanced himself from radical forces involved in altercations.

As Sergachev put it after his exhibition altercation with Boyle, “That’s playoff hockey.”

She received her guest's protest with the utmost hauteur, and when we left the altercation was still in progress.

I will have no altercation; I must go back to Margaret, since no one else has the slightest consideration for her.

"That is false," cried Brydges; and a stormy altercation followed.

Mrs. Martha Trapbois had dwelt too long in Alsatia, to be either surprised or terrified at the altercation she had witnessed.

He saw them and engaged in altercation with them, which gave me the opening I sought.

To avoid altercation, Bougainville hurried the preparations for departure.

A spirited but hasty altercation among ourselves in whispers ended in our allowing Alice to be the one to speak to the colonel.