Brawler



a noisy quarrel, squabble, or fight.
a bubbling or roaring noise; a clamor.
Slang. a large, noisy party.
to quarrel angrily and noisily; wrangle.
to make a bubbling or roaring noise, as water flowing over a rocky bed.
Contemporary Examples

Boxers, Be Brave and Quit Before Your Brain Turns to Mush Gordon Marino October 24, 2013

Historical Examples

The Sleeping Bard Ellis Wynne
Aurelian William Ware
The Gold Hunter’s Adventures William H. Thomes
Recollections of a Policeman William Russell (aka Thomas Waters)
Captain Ravenshaw Robert Neilson Stephens
The Man with a Shadow George Manville Fenn
In Search of Mademoiselle George Gibbs
Cathedrals of Spain John A. (John Allyne) Gade
The Story of Seville Walter M. Gallichan

noun
a loud disagreement or fight
(US, slang) an uproarious party
verb (intransitive)
to quarrel or fight noisily; squabble
(esp of water) to flow noisily
noun
a dance: the English version of the branle
v.
n.

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