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Categorized English Verbs of Verbal Action - Verbs Referring to Verbal Confrontation

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Categorized English Verbs of Verbal Action
to argue
[verb]
to speak to someone often angrily because one disagrees with them
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to confront
[verb]
to face someone, particularly in a way that is unfriendly or threatening
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to dispute
[verb]
to argue with someone, particularly over the ownership of something, facts, etc.
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to quarrel
[verb]
to have a serious argument
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to wrangle
[verb]
to have a noisy and intense argument
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to spat
[verb]
to have a quick and small argument, usually over unimportant matters
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to bicker
[verb]
to argue over unimportant things in an ongoing and repetitive way
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to squabble
[verb]
to noisily argue over an unimportant matter
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to row
[verb]
‌to have a noisy argument
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to feud
[verb]
to have a lasting and heated argument with someone
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to altercate
[verb]
to have a serious and heated argument with someone, often involving raised voices
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to rant
[verb]
to speak loudly, expressing strong opinions or complaints
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to shout
[verb]
to speak loudly, often associated with expressing anger or when one cannot hear what the other person is saying
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to yell
[verb]
to shout very loudly
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to scream
[verb]
to make a loud, sharp cry when we are feeling a strong emotion
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