a war of words
This page is about the idiom a war of words.
Meaning: If you're in a war of words with someone, you're having a long argument or dispute with them.
- The leaders of the two main political parties are in a war of words over the issue of gun ownership. They debate the topic whenever they see each other.
- The war of words between community leaders and church leaders has been dominating the newspaper headlines lately.
During their war of words, Jenny and Ben
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Contributor: Matt Errey