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Another word for hassle

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Noun
  1. A discussion, often heated, in which a difference of opinion is expressed

      1. A vehement quarrel.
      2. An angry or heated argument
      1. A summary or short statement of the plot or subject of a literary work.
      2. (--- Archaic) A reason or matter for dispute or contention:
      3. (Linguistics) A word, phrase, or clause in a semantic relation with a word or phrase and that helps complete the meaning of that word or phrase, such as a noun phrase that is the object of a verb. The clause that we go is an argument of the verb suggest in the sentence I suggest that we go.
      1. (Archaic) A skirmish or quarrel
      2. An angry quarrel; a squabble.
      3. A small wooden vessel made of staves and hoops, like a tub.
      1. A sharp disagreement; conflict
      2. A violent conflict or confrontation.
      3. A loud, harsh noise, such as that made by two metal objects in collision.
      1. A striving to win in competition; rivalry:
      2. A statement or point that one argues for as true or valid
      3. The act of contending; strife, struggle, controversy, dispute, quarrel, etc.
      1. A quarrel or dispute
      2. A dispute, especially a public one, between sides holding opposing views.
      3. The act or practice of engaging in such disputes:
      1. Deliberation; consideration:
      2. A discussion involving opposing points; an argument.
      3. Discussion or consideration of opposing reasons; argument about or deliberation on a question
      1. The condition or quality of being difficult:
      2. A troublesome or embarrassing state of affairs, especially of financial affairs:
      3. Something not easily done, accomplished, comprehended, or solved:
      1. Refusal to agree or comply
      2. Failure to agree; difference; incongruity; discrepancy
      3. A quarrel or dispute
      1. (Obs.) A fight
      2. A verbal controversy; a debate.
      3. A disputing; argument; debate
      1. Power or readiness to fight; pugnacious spirit
      2. A confrontation between opposing groups in which each attempts to harm or gain power over the other, as with bodily force or weapons.
      3. A quarrel or conflict:
      1. A controversial argument, especially one refuting or attacking a specific opinion or doctrine.
      2. An argument or controversial discussion
      3. A person engaged in or inclined to controversy, argument, or refutation.
      1. A reason for a dispute or argument:
      2. An angry dispute; an altercation.
      3. A dispute or disagreement, esp. one marked by anger and deep resentment
      1. A quarrel or argument.
      2. (Informal) A quarrel, fight, etc.
      3. An encounter; a scrape or brush; especially one involving trouble or difficulty.
      1. A gaiterlike covering for the instep and ankle, usually of heavy cloth
      2. (Informal) A brief, petty quarrel or dispute
      3. A larva of an oyster or similar bivalve that has settled by attaching to a surface.
      1. A noisy, petty quarrel or dispute; wrangle
      2. A noisy quarrel, often about a trivial matter.
      1. A petty quarrel.
      2. A slight quarrel; spat
      3. A little drink of weak liquor or punch
      1. A quarrel; dispute; argument
      2. A command or direction; an order:
      3. An assurance or promise; sworn intention:
      1. The act of wrangling.
      2. An angry, noisy argument or dispute.
      1. Any of a genus (Rheum) of perennial, large-leaved plants of the buckwheat family; esp., the domestic pieplant (R. rhaponticum), having large, cordate leaf blades borne on long, thick stalks: the stalks are cooked into a sauce or baked in pies, but the blades are poisonous
      2. A preparation made from the dried rhizomes and roots of any of several plants of the genus Rheum, especially R. palmatum or R. officinale of East Asia, used as a laxative.
      3. (Informal) A quarrel, fight, or heated discussion.
      1. (Informal) An argument or altercation.
      2. An intertwisted, confused mass of things, as string, branches, etc.; snarl
      3. (Informal) A fight, quarrel, or argument
    See also:

    conflict

Verb
  1. To engage in a quarrel

      1. To try to prove by giving reasons; maintain; contend
      2. To put forth reasons for or against something:
      3. To engage in a quarrel; dispute.
      1. To engage in a bad-tempered quarrel, often in a petty manner over something trivial; squabble.
      2. To move or flow with a rippling or gurgling sound.
      3. To have a petty quarrel; squabble
      1. To hold to be a fact; assert
      2. To strive in debate or controversy; dispute
      3. To strive in combat; fight
      1. To engage in discussion or argument; debate.
      2. To quarrel angrily.
      3. To argue; debate
      1. To take part in a physical struggle or battle; struggle
      2. To struggle or work hard in trying to beat or overcome someone or something; contend
      3. To argue or quarrel; dispute
      1. To find fault or disagree:
      2. To have a heated dispute or disagreement, often, specif., with a resultant breach in friendship
      3. To engage in a quarrel; dispute angrily.
      1. To argue or find fault over trivial matters or minor concerns; cavil.
      2. To evade the truth of a point under discussion by caviling; resort to a quibble
      1. To engage in a brief quarrel.
      2. To strike with a quick, slapping sound
      3. (Informal) To engage in a spat, or quarrel
      1. To quarrel noisily over a small matter; wrangle
      2. To engage in a bad-tempered argument, often over a trivial matter; bicker.
      1. (Obsolete) To deck out; to dress.
      2. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
      3. To quarrel.
      1. To attempt to deal with or understand something; contend or struggle:
      2. To quarrel noisily or angrily.
      3. To argue; dispute
      1. To be or become entangled.
      2. To involve in a complicated situation or in circumstances from which it is difficult to disengage:
      3. (Informal) To fight, quarrel, or argue

Another word for hassle

Noun
  1. An argument

      1. A small diamond-shaped or square pane of glass in a latticed window.
      2. A reason for a dispute or argument:
      3. A dispute or disagreement, esp. one marked by anger and deep resentment
      1. A noisy quarrel, often about a trivial matter.
      2. A noisy, petty quarrel or dispute; wrangle
      1. A noisy quarrel, dispute, or disturbance; squabble, brawl, or commotion
      2. A series of objects placed next to each other, usually in a straight line.
      3. A noisy or quarrel or disturbance.
    See also:

    dispute

  2. A troublesome situation

      1. A person who gives trouble
      2. Fuss, ado.
      3. A cause or condition of worry or irritation; trouble; fuss
      1. One that is inconvenient, annoying, or vexatious; a bother:
      2. An act, condition, thing, or person causing trouble, annoyance, or inconvenience
      3. (Law) A use of property or course of conduct that interferes with the legal rights of others by causing damage, annoyance, or inconvenience.
      1. A thing or person that annoys
      2. A cause of irritation or vexation; a nuisance.
      3. An annoying or being annoyed
    See also:

    trouble

Verb
      1. To take the trouble (to do something); concern oneself with (accomplishing something):
      2. (Intransitive) To do something which is of negligible inconvenience.
      3. To worry or trouble, esp. with petty annoyances; harass, pester, etc.
      1. (Archaic) To harass or disturb by repeated attacks.
      2. To irritate, bother, or make somewhat angry, as by a repeated action, noise, etc.
      3. To be annoying
      1. To make repeated attacks or raids on (an enemy, for example).
      2. To trouble by repeated raids or attacks, etc.; harry
      3. To trouble, worry, or torment, as with cares, debts, repeated questions or demands, etc.
    See also:

    bother