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BRAWL, verb intransitive [Latin proelior.]

1. To quarrel noisily and indecently.

2. To speak loud and indecently.

3. To roar as water; to make a noise.

BRAWL, verb transitive To drive or beat away.

BRAWL, noun Noise; quarrel; scurrility; uproar.

1. Formerly, a kind of dance.