shouting match - meaning and definition. What is shouting match
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shouting match         
  • Two people in a shouting match over religion
OR ROWING, AN ARGUMENT
¦ noun informal a loud quarrel.
shouting match         
  • Two people in a shouting match over religion
OR ROWING, AN ARGUMENT
(shouting matches)
A shouting match is an angry quarrel in which people shout at each other.
We had a real shouting match with each other.
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Shouting match         
  • Two people in a shouting match over religion
OR ROWING, AN ARGUMENT
A shouting match is an argument or debate characterized by the loud volume or intensity of the participants.

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Shouting match
A shouting match is an argument or debate characterized by the loud volume or intensity of the participants.
Pronunciation examples for shouting match
1. most of the time it's shouting matches
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2. you had some interesting shouting matches
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3. warrants. You outta just let them lapse." They got in a shouting match and said some
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Examples of use of shouting match
1. Shouting match Any chance of Blair overseeing a smooth handover to his finance minister and expected successor Gordon Brown was evaporating, with reports that the two were locked in a furious shouting match in fiery meetings on Wednesday.
2. The present shouting match is megaphone appeasement, as would be a bomb attack on Iran‘s factories.
3. Even when you tiptoe around the periphery it ... (can) degenerate into a shouting match," he said.
4. I was still resentful about the nonpayment, so our conversation unfortunately devolved into a shouting match.
5. A shouting match ensued, with more lawmakers joining in to throw abuse at one another.