Simple past tense and past participle of feud.(verb)
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Use "feuded" in a sentence
"But while Sunday's football game is the most watched TV show in our country's history, the "Glee" show that followed - in which the burly boys of the McKinley High football team feuded with not only the glee club but also the school's hockey team, fumbled about 84 million of those football fans, averaging just under 27 million viewers in the coveted post-Super Bowl timeslot."
"Indeed, a new federal investigation to be released Friday concluded that the agencies tasked with overseeing WaMu “feuded so much that they could not even agree to deem the company ‘unsafe and unsound’” until a week before it collapsed."
"Apthorp's owners have feuded in court and one owner, Mann Realty Associates, was replaced in 2009."