One suspect is the Pakistani Taliban, who have been feuding with the Haqqanis.
New York courts are more likely to avoid granting joint custody in situations with feuding parents.
The agreement averted a ground invasion by Israeli troops, but left many tensions between the feuding neighbors unresolved.
(B) feuding with Paula Abdul, because he cut her off before she was able to say bye to one of her teams.
The Miley tweet marked the peak of the hostilities, ushering in a social media silence between the two feuding celebs.
Perhaps they had come to join the Monaldeschi or the Filippeschi in their feuding.
I was sick of the feuding, the worries and the pettiness of the other nineteen aboard.
I was told that the Durkees and Tatums had been feuding for years.
If you leave enough men under his command, he will keep the feuding families under control.
They might run afoul of bravos or some of the wild young men of Orvieto's feuding families.
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.