Part of speech:
To utter loud, vociferous remarks or threats.
An echolike force or effect; a repercussion:
Something rolled up:
To celebrate or praise, as in verse or song.
To speak in an angry or surly manner.
To speak or indicate with such a sound
To strike (the hands) together with an abrupt, loud sound, usually repeatedly:
To move or go rapidly:
(Slang) To come down swiftly from the euphoria induced by a drug
To cause (a boxer or other contestant) to fight in a match.
To be a gossip or engage in gossip
To mutter or mumble in discontent; complain in a surly or peevish manner
To mumble or mutter a complaint
To make smooth and shiny by rubbing or chemical action.
To have repercussions: said as of an event or action [a governmental decision reverberating throughout the entire economy]
To laugh loudly or excitedly.
To tell, report, or spread by rumor or as a rumor
To cause or assist to sit down:
A fight with the fists
The activity of fighting with the fists.
Discarded waste material, especially metal suitable for reprocessing.
The act or sound of feet shuffling
A brief but vigorous struggle or contest; scuffle
A noisy brawl or quarrel; public fight or riot; breach of the peace
A noisy quarrel or fight.
The act of broiling or the condition of being broiled.
A melee; a free-for-all.
A military engagement; a battle.
A contest, race, etc. that anyone may enter
(Slang) An irresistibly funny person or thing:
A succession without a break or gap in time:
A riotous disturbance; a noisy quarrel.
Confusion; agitation; disturbance
A noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel.
a fight between rival gangs of adolescents
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