Fisticuff [noun]

Definition of Fisticuff:

strike, bump

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Sentence/Example of Fisticuff:

There was a children's party, and two boys had a fisticuff over you.

If his fairy-godmother had prearranged this fisticuff, she could not have done anything better so far as Killigrew was concerned.

An English traveler came upon two men engaged in a fisticuff fight.

The boys had constant fisticuff fights, and the master enjoyed and encouraged them.

If the end is something else, a hearty fisticuff may be the means of realizing it.

But this was no cadet fisticuff; it was a serious matter, and I needed a friend.

Charles Rush was kind and charitable in disposition, but when exigencies required, would not decline a fisticuff.

If many disagreeable occupations, hunger and an occasional fisticuff, may be classed as adventure, then I have had my run of it.

He went so far as to admit to himself that he would have liked nothing better than a fisticuff.

In a fisticuff or a rough-and-tumble fight, he was one of the most formidable men of the region in which he lived.