feud / fyud /


feud2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. Also called blood feud. a bitter, continuous hostility, especially between two families, clans, etc., often lasting for many years or generations.
  2. a bitter quarrel or contention: a feud between labor and management.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to engage in a feud.

feud 近义词

n. 名词 noun

major argument; estrangement

v. 动词 verb

fight bitterly; fall out


  1. That feud has been settled, but the question it raised hasn’t.
  2. In this era, Parliament further strengthened girls’ education and outlawed practices that were harmful to women, such as offering them as brides to settle feuds between two tribes or forcing widows to marry the brother of their deceased husband.
  3. The lawyer said Fox Hunt prosecutions often grow out of regional feuds, snaring relatively minor figures.
  4. The very public feud between the two brothers has made the unveiling a must-see.
  5. In particular, a feud between Diesel and Johnson boiled over into headlines in 2016, when Johnson posted an Instagram about working on the films with someone unprofessional, who was widely assumed even at the time to be Diesel.
  6. The outcome of the rum feud is critical for both Bacardi and Pernod Ricard, because the winner could net billions in future sales.
  7. The Glock family feud gets messier with new court documents alleging that gun magnate Gaston had a detective follow his ex-wife.
  8. Years later, Scott would apologize for his role in the feud.
  9. Either way, the FSA-ISIS feud got worse after the McCain visit with the Northern Storm, which ISIS viewed as a heretical act.
  10. I'll give you $10,000, and you provide me with a platform to continue my feud, he implies.
  11. A border feud at Reedsquair, between the English and Scottish marchmen, in which the former were completely beaten.
  12. So bitter was the feud that either would have borne cheerfully a loss to prevent the other from making a profit.
  13. As Scattergood well knew, the feud had its inception in religion as religion is practiced in that community.
  14. That evening Mrs. Hooper and Mrs. Pettybone, childhood friends, long separated by the feud, stopped to speak to Scattergood.
  15. But they are a mere handful, quite insignificant, kept alive mainly by the Most and Peukert feud.