He would never bemean himself by bickering.
The debate turned into thoughtless bickering.
There was continual bickering and jangling.
Despite the bickering, the election is a landmark.
Bickering in public and on the back benches belies a strikingly businesslike atmosphere in Whitehall.
Elections have long been postponed due to bickering between the president and opposition parties.
At Westminster, bickering within the coalition, especially over wind farms, has stymied progress over renewables.
Many Spaniards say they're sick of this endless bickering. They just want a stable government.
The political bickering over replacing him was less dignified.
And bickering means arguing about things that aren't important. Well, like you said earlier, times change, Neil.
As politicians bickered in Washington, state legislatures took action.
Some women, put off by all the bickering, decided not to attend.
I can't imagine a character like Captain America worrying about small things – or bickering with his wife!
With the onset of the First World War, political bickering settled down and terrorism seized for a while.
Their entire youth was back and forth between bickering parents overhearing never-ending conversations of legal disputes and custody battles.
Could Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio stop bickering long enough to see the project through?
When you bicker with me, Mickey
It couldn't hurt. Ever since you've been in here, all we do is bicker.
They were gentle, quiet spoken, reserved people and not given to even the amiable bickering that characterized most Atlanta families.
And I made you soup. And it was really salty. And we bickered. You got better.
Must we bicker? I thought the point of doing this together was to make a fresh start.
A degree of bickering and stasis would be a price worth paying to curb the BJP's excesses.