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The two occupiers are feuding about many things. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But to hear his rivals tell it, a family feud inspired his rebellion. Smithsonian Mag (2017)Meanwhile, in real life, the actress was embroiled in a family feud that would have made a chilling whodunnit. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The baggage of old feuds has dispersed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What began as a family feud on the right has evolved into a schism on the left. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The two feuding jurors were removed from the trial. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The brawl came after a long feud. The Sun (2011)That was quite enough warring feuds for one night. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Yet ministers are feuding over the immigration message. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was the culmination of yet another feud. Times, Sunday Times (2009)His mystery millions have been the focus of a gangland feud. The Sun (2013)Maybe it was to do with an old feud with my father. FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori (2004)It baffles me to think how family feuds get this way. The Sun (2011)Since then the two have undergone something of a rapprochement after their long feud. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The three are thought to have had a blazing row over a long-standing feud. The Sun (2010)The police took no further action but it led to a long-running feud between the pair. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Forbidden love, bitter feuds and giving up her crown. The Sun (2012)Although there were doubtless feuds and local disputes, society does seem to have maintained its equilibrium. BRITAIN BC: Life In Britain and Ireland before the Romans (2003)The brawl erupted over a long-standing feud between the two. The Sun (2007)The pair were said to be involved in a long-running feud over parking. The Sun (2012)Behind the peaceful facade Skipton nurses one longrunning feud. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Their relatives had been engaged in a 50-year feud with another family over property. Times, Sunday Times (2010)As two more deaths follow, can they get to the bottom of a bitter feud? The Sun (2016)An alleged feud between the two superstars has been blamed for their national team's struggles in recent times. The Sun (2013)Curious though it sounds, from that vaguely trivial dispute grew a feud that has lasted to this day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your running feud with One Direction continues. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'feud'
British English: feud NOUN
A feud is a quarrel in which two people or groups remain angry with each other for a long time.
...a long and bitter feud between the state government and the villagers.
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