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  • Info A feud, referred to in more extreme cases as a blood feud, vendetta, faida, beef, clan war, or private war, is a long-running argument or fight, often between social groups of people, especially families or clans. more...
  • When he asked why they had left, his father told him about the feuds.
  • This was the first attempt in a long running feud over the bridge.
  • With whom is he feuding, and how far will he go to get the upper hand?
  • Even since his debut the original had been feuding with him over the rights of the name.
  • He feuded over the title for six months, losing and winning it once.
  • Here despite all the feuds was a well-kept home of nations. Cited from Europe--Whither Bound?, by Stephen Graham
  • With the end of this little war a whole new network of blood feuds had come into being.
  • As many of the existing feuds ended following the event, some did not.
  • No one really knows how this feud started, but the town was clearly divided.
  • The book claims he left Norway after becoming involved in a blood feud.
  • Other works, though, point to a more serious basis to the feud.
  • Wilson won the match, but the feud still continued on-and-off for some time.
  • After his death, the kingdom went into decline due to family feuds.
  • One was that there were internal feuds among the different members of the royal family.
  • Washington tried and failed to moderate the feud between his two top cabinet members.
  • Names in red indicate those who were killed as a direct result of the feud.
  • A family with many sons and no daughters held a future full of physical feuding.
  • Two feuding Scottish families are united when their children fall in love.
  • Family and gang feuds are also very common in towns across the country.
  • The two found little common ground during their four years of service, often publicly feuding with each other.
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Meaning of feud

  • noun A bitter quarrel between two parties
  • verb Carry out a feud
    The two professors have been feuding for years