Idiom: War of words
Meaning: A war of words is a bitter argument between people or organisations, etc.Country: International English | Subject Area: War, weapons and conflict | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Words fail me
- Mark my words
- Eat your words
- Famous last words
- In so many words
- Mince words
- Weasel words
- Fine words butter no parsnips
- Actions speak louder than words
- A picture is worth a thousand words
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