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Spell check of quarrelsomeness

Correct spelling: quarrelsomeness

Synonyms:
adverseness, hatred, averseness, belligerency, inharmoniousness, disputatiousness, malevolence, aggression, dislike, surliness, hard feelings, coldness, conflict, incompatibility, truculence, contentiousness, contention, belligerence, polarity, fight, antipathy, inimicality, alienation, wrath, aggressiveness, hostility, scrappiness, antagonism, bad blood, militancy, spitefulness, opposition, discordance, bellicosity, rancor, assaultiveness, combativeness, tension, coolness, enmity, friction, militantness, pugnacity, defiance, loathing, contrariety, unfriendliness, feistiness, militance, resentment, bitterness, malice, animosity.

Antonyms:
anti-imperialism, pleasantness, gentleness, graciousness, cordiality, nonaggression, complaisance, affability, pacifism, amiability, friendliness, amenability, mildness, sociability, geniality, placability, benevolence, amicability, kindliness.

Examples of usage:

1) This was the signal for Bridget's quarrelsomeness again. - "The Rectory Children", Mrs Molesworth.

2) Dashing pieces, rag- time pieces, marches, two- steps, and familiar tunes with variations, instead of bringing about a spirit of gentleness and harmony, actually tend to produce self- assertiveness and quarrelsomeness. - "Study of Child Life", Marion Foster Washburne.

3) The Young Doctor attributed these lines mostly to anxiety and inward suffering, but Kitty set them down as the outward signs of an inward fretfulness and quarrelsomeness, which was rendered all the more offensive in her eyes by the fact that Mona Crozier was the most, spotless thing she had ever seen, at the end of a journey- and this, a journey across a continent. - "You Never Know Your Luck, Complete Being The Story Of A Matrimonial Deserter", Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 14, 2009.

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