Definition: noisy quarrel
Definition: noisy quarrel
Sentences Containing 'brawl'
"The Brawl for it All" was a long awaited match.
A brawl broke out between the two and the referee Lawler sent both off.
A heckler gets upset when he is accused of bad playing then Mr. Krabs gets in the idea and everyone gets into a huge brawl smashing the instruments and hurting people offensively, causing the band to break up.
After a terse conversation with the captain and a brawl with a Zingaran bully, Conan is begrudgingly accepted as a lowly member of the crew and is allowed to remain on board. The ship then sails to a mysterious island where the captain hopes to find a legendary treasure and, perhaps, much more.
After the brawl two members of the Bloods are riding in a car when they come across Poo Bear driving towards them in his lowrider.
After the game, the Argentinians started a brawl, which later resulted in a match ban for midfielder Torsten Frings after Italian television networks showed video footage of him participating in the fight.
An enraged Miloš lunges at Vukmir and smashes his head against the floor, initiating a brawl during which Marija bludgeons Marko to death with a sculpture.
At the wedding, the other guests taunt and laugh at Peer, especially the local blacksmith, Aslak, who holds a grudge after an earlier brawl.
Before changing their name to "Brawl", however, Donegan mentioned in the band's DVD, "Decade of Disturbed", that the name was originally going to be "Crawl"; they switched it to "Brawl", due to the name already being used by another band.
Before vocalist David Draiman joined Disturbed, they were known as Brawl.
Brawl's lineup consisted of vocalist Erich Awalt, guitarist Dan Donegan, drummer Mike Wengren, and bassist Steve "Fuzz" Kmak.
Cornell was the only one to escape from the brawl in top condition so it is likely that Ronnie thought that he was involved in the murder.
Due to the brawl, the Blues withdrew from the final and became the only team in Ontario Hockey Association history to forfeit the Sutherland Cup.
During live production of the face-off between Ned and Jimbo vs. the children on Jesus and Pals, the guests and audience breakout into a brawl.
During the General Strike of 1926, Reg is injured in a brawl in Whitechapel Road.
Fung sees the brawl and comes up with the idea of fusing kung fu and soccer.
He found him at the local barber shop, and a brawl ensued with Jax emerging the victor.
He was initially an assistant coach with Vancouver, but he took over as Head Coach after Harry Neale was suspended for taking part in an altercation with fans during a brawl in Quebec.
He was on the bench for the raising of the Pistons' 2004 championship banner, as well as the Pacers–Pistons brawl.
Holly and Snow began their bout in the ring but were scripted to move their brawl into the arena stands.
However, for shoving Rippley, Soto was ejected, prompting him to charge the field and attack Cubs coach Don Zimmer, which triggered a ten-minute brawl.
In 1933, Myer was involved in what many still consider to be baseball's most violent brawl, between him and the Yankees' Ben Chapman.
In 1996 he had engaged in a pub brawl after allegedly singing sectarian songs.
In mixed martial arts, sprawling is an important aspect of the sprawl-and-brawl tactic.
In the process, Son nearly starts a brawl with his four half-brothers.
It was revealed, however, that the Horsemen had attacked Sting after the brawl into the backstage area.
Later that night B-Fool and Solo, along with a Blood named Moon and the Blood who informed Poo Bear of the gang brawl, steal a Chevy Nova and prepare to ride out for a retaliatory shooting.
Lesnar then called out any wrestler who wanted to stop him, which resulted in Mark Henry answering the challenge and the two brawling until Lesnar ended the brawl with an "F-5".
Mr Nixon had been trying to escape a brawl between supporters of the two teams, after being stabbed and seriously injured by a brick.
On 13 August 2013 she released a book, "Basketak" (Brawl) that Stein Kåre Kristiansen (a political commentator for TV2) called "This is an unpleasant package of shit in the middle of the election campaign.
On 9 January 2010, a massive brawl broke out in an Avangard Omsk game against Vityaz Chekhov.
On May 29, 2009, Callihan debuted for Pro Wrestling Syndicate at their "Brawl For Paul" event, where he lost a four-way match, also involving Xavier, Monsta Mack, and winner Trent Acid.
On November 19, 2004, at The Palace of Auburn Hills, what has become known as the Pacers–Pistons brawl took place.
On the February 25 episode of "Raw", Lesnar once again attempted to attack McMahon, only to get into a brawl with the returning Triple H, which resulted in Lesnar having his head split open and requiring eighteen stitches.
Razinsky's visit was marred by a brawl between the Russian and Argentine sides and both squads were told not to return for the 2013 Maccabiah Games.
Saahil gets offended when he hears them say that Sam and Anita making love every night, and gets into a physical brawl with his friend.
Shortly after his arrival in Tokyo, Birtsas got into a brawl with Yoshihisa Komatsuzaki of the Chunichi Dragons when he threw a brush back pitch Komatsuzaki felt was a little too inside.
So, at least, we gather from the depositions taken on the occasion of the death of a gentleman, the victim of a street brawl, who had been carried into the house in which he lived.
The bed which was somewhat crazy and not very firm on its feet, unable to support the additional weight of the carrier, came to the ground, and at the mighty crash of this the innkeeper awoke and at once concluded that it must be some brawl of Maritornes', because after calling loudly to her he got no answer.
The Bloods inform Poo Bear and B-Fool, who is riding in the car with Poo Bear, about the brawl with the Crips as Poo Bear was unaware that this was the reason why the Bloods left the basketball court earlier that day.
The Brawl for it All was the name of the boxing fight between Michael Spinks and Dwight Muhammad Qawi, fought on March 18, 1983.
The evening ended in a brawl, with bar stools thrown through the windows.
The play, set in Verona, begins with a street brawl between Montague and Capulet servants who, like their masters, are sworn enemies.
The WWF continued to enhance the feud over several weeks, which included a brawl among all eight wrestlers on May 10, 1999.
This attack led to Galloway's final match in the UK at August's "Summer Brawl".
This results in a vicious brawl that spills outdoors into a muddy street.
Typical examples include "Halt at an Inn", owned by the Duc de Morny and "The Brawl", which was owned by Queen Victoria.
UDA members patrolling the Tiger's Bay area of North Belfast had gotten into a drunken brawl with some UVF members during which the UVF's Joe Shaw was shot and killed.
While the brawl is taking place Poo Bear is at the basketball court reading the letter from Solo, who states that he hates Youth Authority and intends to return to school and leave gang-banging alone once he's released.
With antagonism grown another man was killed in a drunken brawl on 21 February 1975, this time the UDA's Robert Thompson.
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::: onomatopoeia - words formed in imitation of natural sounds
::: contumacious - stubborn and disobedient; resisting authority (esp. disobedient to an order made by a court)
::: endemic - prevailing among a specific group of people or in a specific area or country; peculiar to a particular region or people; CF. pandemic
::: cacophonous - discordant; inharmonious; N. cacophony: unpleasant mixture of loud sounds
::: blandishment - flattery
::: suborn - persuade to act unlawfully (especially to commit perjury); N. subornation
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