seek a quarrel with

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  • pick a quarrel — {v. phr.} To seek the opportunity for a fight or a quarrel. * /When Charlie has too much to drink, he has a tendency to pick a quarrel with whomever happens to be around./ See: PICK A FIGHT …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • pick a quarrel — {v. phr.} To seek the opportunity for a fight or a quarrel. * /When Charlie has too much to drink, he has a tendency to pick a quarrel with whomever happens to be around./ See: PICK A FIGHT …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • pick\ a\ quarrel — v. phr. To seek the opportunity for a fight or a quarrel. When Charlie has too much to drink, he has a tendency to pick a quarrel with whomever happens to be around. See: pick a fight …   Словарь американских идиом

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