Bickering and Ragge be left to me; I have already held correspondence with them, and on this very subject.
If thou'rt for a little bickeringand disputation with that goodly club o' thine, come thy ways for methinks I do smell the dawn.
By the brook, That bickering ran beside the cottage-door Where she was born, they reared her monument.
The rivulet, late unseen, Where bickering through the shrubs its waters run, Shines with the image of its golden screen, And glimmerings of the sun.
Richard earned and obtained the whole credit of the success by his energy and courage, while his rival Philip, by his jealous bickering with the English, merited a name for disloyalty and lukewarm zeal.
That more famous sea-captain, Sir Francis Drake, a cousin of Hawkins, spent most of his time in bickering in a somewhat piratical way with the Spanish authorities beyond the ocean.
Each time, the Proconsul would pour out some tale ofbickering and rivalry among the chief-freedmen of the Managements.
Why the constantbickering and tension and unhappiness?
By the end of the war, the teaching plans were no longer discussed, and Nan and I had drawn so far apart that even the bickering between us had ceased.
When the winter had passed, Washington once more appealed to Congress to cease its bickering and indecision.
Here in Rome," he told the bickering politicians in the Assembly, "we may not be moral mediocrities.
There was nothing to distract him from the sordidness of the bickering household in George Street.
Washington Irving has a delightful sentence somewhere (in Astoria I think) about the frontiersman hewing his way through the back woods and developing his character by "bickering with bears.
The passion for bickering belongs to watermen, although loquacity is shared by the whole city.
It is this habit of talking and bickering which should make one very careful in choosing a lodging.
But adventure was to be had in greater variety by dropping seaward with the bickering brown water.
The broad Firth was ever ebbing and flowing with the restless sea, and the burns bickeringdown the glens.
But only for a time; within a week the bickering recommenced, and there were half a dozen fights in less than half a dozen days.
The lord William Dowglas being there also with him escaped, but Iames Dowglas brother to the said lord William Douglas, was at that bickering slaine with diuerse other.
The constantbickering finally exhausted the patience of the home government, and in 1682 both Frontenac and Duchesneau were recalled.
Her struggles with Mrs. Pembrose thereupon assumed a quality of mere bickering and she could even doubt whether Mrs. Pembrose wasn't justified in her attitude and wiser by her very want of generosity.
She began to realize something sorrowful and pitiful in his quality, in his hardness, his narrowness, his bickering suspicions, his malignant refusals of all things generous and beautiful.
He had become too unsociable for any such demonstrations; nor did he pattern after the example of some of the sourer-tempered dogs in the room, who were for ever bickering and snarling through the slats of their cages.
But she always caused confusion, either chattering and squealing with fright or bickeringat the other animals.
Even in the midst of the bickeringdiscussions at the Tabernacles Feast many of the multitude believed on Him, some as the long-talked-of prophet, some as the very Christ Himself.