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altercate (AL tuhr kayt") (verb), altercates; altercated; altercating
1. To conduct a heated argument; to argue intensely: Julia's two daughters altercated about who would sit in the front seat of the car on their way to go shopping with their mother, who decided to have both girls sit in the back!
2. Disagreeing about something: Greg’s parents were altercating about when it would be best to go on vacation, before or after Christmas.
To dispute or argue with anger.
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To disagree and argue about something; to dispute and to wrangle. (1)