A pair of student leaders sit inches away from each other and bicker about the region Telangana becoming a separate state.
And it must get us to root for survivors who often bicker or self-sabotage when we just want them to move forward.
All we think old people do is bicker about how different you are.
early 14c., bikere, "to skirmish, fight," perhaps from Middle Dutch bicken "to slash, stab, attack," + -er, Middle English frequentative suffix. Meaning "to quarrel" is from mid-15c. Related: Bickered; bickering.
c.1300, skirmish, battle; from the same source as bicker (v.). In modern use, often to describe the sound of a flight of an arrow or other repeated, loud, rapid sounds, in which sense it is perhaps at least partly echoic.