Definition of catfight
: an intense fight or argument especially between two women
Recent Examples of catfight from the Web
Much of the network’s target audience hadn’t been born when onscreen divas Linda Evans and Joan Collins engaged in catfights, as they were charmingly called back then.
Amid the bitchiness, the saddest sequences aren’t catfights but flickers of intimacy.
But there’s also an interesting power move getting lost in the catfight.
The cinematic catfight—complete with screaming, hair-pulling and husband-stealing—is getting a modern makeover.
Now the Jersey Shore might have another hair-pulling catfight its hands.
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Definition of catfight for English Language Learners
: an angry fight or argument between two women
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