squab-ble / skwŏb-əl
1. a noisy quarrel about something petty or trivial
Time cures sorrows and petty squabbles, because we all change and are no longer the same persons.
Blaise Pascal, 1623 – 1662
1. to quarrel over something trivial
We study ourselves three weeks, we love each other three months, we squabble three years, we tolerate each other thirty years, and then the children start all over again.
Hippolyte Taine, 1828 – 1893