dustup

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n dustup an angry dispute "they had a quarrel","they had words"
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Usage


In news:

That was quite a dustup ten days ago, after the jobs report issued by the government had the unemployment rate going down to 7.8%, the first time in 43 months a mark below 8% had come in.
Campaign dustup proves even judges can horribly misjudge .
Election dustups could ruffle Bennett's ambitions.
Today he posts on a dustup regarding the happy subject of divorced Catholics and Communion.
The dustup in Real County about whether a church sign violated nonprofit law highlights how emotionally charged the topic of separation of church and state has become.
Canadian gov defends actions in dustup over salmon virus.
A follow-up note about the dustup last week between Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers and CBS-TV's " 60 Minutes ," which aired a profile of Rodgers on Nov 4.
In "Killer Elite," Duty-Bound Warriors Pummel Each Other In Crisp, Brutal Dustups.
Hey Homophobes, It's Game Over after the NFL Dustup.
You might recall the dustup where Ayanbadejo wanted to give away game tickets to support the campaign to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland.
Mel Gibson is involved in another dustup over alleged anti-semitic remarks, and a Jewish mom contemplates how she'll talk to her son about hatred.
Mel Gibson is involved in another dustup over alleged anti-semitic remarks.
A follow-up note about the dustup last week between Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers and CBS-TV's "60 Minutes," which aired a profile of Rodgers on Nov 4.
Mel Gibson is involved in another dustup over alleged anti- semitic remarks, and a Jewish mom contemplates how she'll talk to her son about hatred.
Mel Gibson is involved in another dustup over alleged anti- semitic remarks.
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