verb (used without object), squabbled, squabbling.
to engage in a petty quarrel.
verb (used with object), squabbled, squabbling.
Printing. to disarrange and mix (composed type).
a petty quarrel.
(intransitive) to quarrel over a small matter
a petty quarrel
adjective, squabbier, squabbiest. 1. short and stout; squat.
noun (pl) -cos 1. a S European heron, Ardeola ralloides, with a short thick neck and a buff-coloured plumage with white wings
noun 1. a small number of soldiers, commonly 10 privates, a staff sergeant, and a corporal; the smallest military unit. 2. a group of police officers, especially one organized to deal with a particular area of law enforcement: drug squad; fraud squad. 3. any small group or party of persons engaged in a common enterprise. […]
noun 1. an automobile used by police officers, equipped with a radiotelephone for communicating with police headquarters.