To engage in a disagreeable argument, usually over a trivial matter; wrangle. See Synonyms at argue.(verb-intransitive)
A noisy quarrel, usually about a trivial matter.(noun)
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Use "squabble" in a sentence
""the title squabble between the Saints and the Colts.""
"The current squabble is nothing new, but it could herald far-reaching change: The U.K. government has pledged to extricate itself from the unedifying annual spectacle by removing the role of the secretary of state from determining the levy scheme, and there is a sense that this represents an opportunity to remodel the levy with a viable commercial mechanism."
"There's a custody squabble, which is not helped by possible future deployments and MEU's."