Definition of feud:
Common misspellings for feud:
- fued (89%)
- fude (5%)
Google Ngram Viewer results for feud:
This graph shows how "feud" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.
Examples of usage for feud:
A feud is enmity between families, clans, or parties, with acts of hostility mutually retaliated and avenged; feud is rarely used of individuals, never of nations. While all the other words of the group may refer to that which is transient, a feud is long- enduring, and often hereditary. Dissension is used of a number of persons, of a party or other organization. Bitterness is in feeling only; enmity and hostility involve will and purpose to oppose or injure. A quarrel is in word or act, or both, and is commonly slight and transient, as we speak of childish quarrels; contention and strife may be in word or deed; contest ordinarily involves some form of action. Contest is often used in a good sense, contention and strife very rarely so. Controversy is commonly in words; strife extends from verbal controversy to the contests of armies. Affray, brawl, and broil, like quarrel, are words of inferior dignity. An affray or broil may arise at a street corner; the affray always involves physical force; the brawl or broil may be confined to violent language.
Quotes for feud:
I want to manufacture a feud. - Rob Corddry
Rhymes for feud:
- accrued, allude, canoed, collude, conclude, construed.
- booed, brewed, brood, chewed, clued, crude, cude, cued, debuted, delude, denude, dude, elude, endued, ensued, eschewed, exclude, extrude, exude, food, glued, hewed, hued, imbued, include, intrude, jude, lewd, mahmood, mahmoud, mahmud, masoud, mewed, mood, nonfood, obtrude, preclude, protrude, prude, pursued, queued, renewed, reviewed, rood, rude, ruud, screwed, seclude, shampooed, shoed, shooed, shrewd, skewed, spewed, stewed, subdued, sued, tattooed, trude, trued, ude, unglued, viewed, who'd, wooed, you'd.
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