Seven years ago, my feud with 17-year-old wunderkind Nick McDonell was all over the tabloids.
For the record, Wasserman Schultz never referred to West as “Uncle Tom” in the House meeting that set off their feud.
For all the chatter about Stewart's feud with Fox News, he and Bill O'Reilly have quite the bromance.
Years later, Scott would apologize for his role in the feud.
Nevertheless Apple is dumping Google, selfishly putting its feud with Google ahead of the needs of its customers.
But it is clear that the feud with these deities really belongs to Athene, Diomedes' hereditary guardian.
The Lorilleuxs had declared a feud to the death against Gervaise.
The fact that Mammy accepted the gift was a sign that the feud was ended.
They meet a rancher who loses his heart, and become involved in a feud.
Herein lay the material, ready to hand, for the coming of feud and ill-blood.
c.1300, fede "enmity, hatred, hostility," northern English and Scottish; perhaps from an unrecorded Old English word or else from Old French fede, from Old High German fehida "contention, quarrel, feud," from Proto-Germanic *faihitha noun of state from adj. *faiho- (cf. Old English fæhð "enmity," fah "hostile;" German Fehde "feud;" Old Frisian feithe "enmity;" see foe). Sense of "vendetta" is early 15c. Alteration of spelling in 16c. is unexplained.
1670s, from feud (n.). Related: Feuded; feuding.