bicker

Banter vs Bicker - What's the difference?

banter | bicker |


As nouns the difference between banter and bicker

is that banter is good-humoured, playful, typically spontaneous conversation while bicker is a skirmish; an encounter or bicker can be a small wooden vessel made of staves and hoops, like a tub.

As verbs the difference between banter and bicker

is that banter is to engage in banter or playful conversation while bicker is to quarrel in a tiresome, insulting manner.

Bicker vs Bickering - What's the difference?

bicker | bickering |


As verbs the difference between bicker and bickering

is that bicker is to quarrel in a tiresome, insulting manner while bickering is .

As nouns the difference between bicker and bickering

is that bicker is a skirmish; an encounter or bicker can be a small wooden vessel made of staves and hoops, like a tub while bickering is petty quarreling usually considered a childish behaviour, although often applied to adults.

Bicker vs Discuss - What's the difference?

bicker | discuss |


As verbs the difference between bicker and discuss

is that bicker is to quarrel in a tiresome, insulting manner while discuss is (obsolete|transitive) to drive away, disperse, shake off; said especially of tumors.

As a noun bicker

is a skirmish; an encounter or bicker can be a small wooden vessel made of staves and hoops, like a tub.

Altercation vs Bicker - What's the difference?

altercation | bicker |


As nouns the difference between altercation and bicker

is that altercation is warm contention in words; dispute carried on with heat or anger; controversy; wrangle; wordy contest while bicker is a skirmish; an encounter or bicker can be a small wooden vessel made of staves and hoops, like a tub.

As a verb bicker is

to quarrel in a tiresome, insulting manner.

Scrimmage vs Bicker - What's the difference?

scrimmage | bicker |


As nouns the difference between scrimmage and bicker

is that scrimmage is a rough fight while bicker is a skirmish; an encounter or bicker can be a small wooden vessel made of staves and hoops, like a tub.

As verbs the difference between scrimmage and bicker

is that scrimmage is to have, or be involved in, a scrimmage while bicker is to quarrel in a tiresome, insulting manner.

Bicyclist vs Bicker - What's the difference?

bicyclist | bicker |


As nouns the difference between bicyclist and bicker

is that bicyclist is one who rides a bicycle, particularly one who does so regularly, or as an enthusiast while bicker is a skirmish; an encounter or bicker can be a small wooden vessel made of staves and hoops, like a tub.

As a verb bicker is

to quarrel in a tiresome, insulting manner.

Debate vs Bicker - What's the difference?

debate | bicker |


As nouns the difference between debate and bicker

is that debate is (obsolete) strife, discord while bicker is a skirmish; an encounter or bicker can be a small wooden vessel made of staves and hoops, like a tub.

As verbs the difference between debate and bicker

is that debate is (ambitransitive) to participate in a debate; to dispute, argue, especially in a public arena while bicker is to quarrel in a tiresome, insulting manner.

Bicker vs Polemic - What's the difference?

bicker | polemic |


As nouns the difference between bicker and polemic

is that bicker is a skirmish; an encounter or bicker can be a small wooden vessel made of staves and hoops, like a tub while polemic is a person who writes in support of one opinion, doctrine, or system, in opposition to another; one skilled in polemics; a controversialist; a disputant.

As a verb bicker

is to quarrel in a tiresome, insulting manner.

As an adjective polemic is

having the characteristics of a polemic.

Bicker vs Scrubble - What's the difference?

bicker | scrubble |

Squall vs Bicker - What's the difference?

squall | bicker |


As nouns the difference between squall and bicker

is that squall is a squall line, multicell line, or part of a squall line while bicker is a skirmish; an encounter or bicker can be a small wooden vessel made of staves and hoops, like a tub.

As verbs the difference between squall and bicker

is that squall is to cry or wail loudly while bicker is to quarrel in a tiresome, insulting manner.

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