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The 'fight' group
These nouns refer to a fight, argument, contest, or sports match. We include here collision course, which refers to the fact that there is likely to be conflict between people.
The Tribune group was forced to warn the Government it was heading for a serious clash with the Labour movement throughout the country.
Britain is on a collision course with its European partners over the UK's contributions.
His long-standing feud with Barbra Streisand resulted in two court actions so far.
I never had fights with my brothers and sisters.
Raquel Welch stormed out of a London Palladium TV spectacular after a row with Bob Hope.
The Russian president may be facing a showdown with his political opponents.
In the case of battle and struggle, the noun group after with may refer to a thing rather than a person.
altercation argument battle bout brawl brush bust-up clash collision course combat conflict confrontation contest contretemps differences disagreement dispute draw duel feud fight final fracas friction game joust match punch-up quarrel replay rivalry row run-in scrap scuffle shouting match showdown skirmish spat squabble stand-off struggle tie tussle war wrangle
Whitten died on Thursday evening after losing his battle with cancer.