Examples of fistfight in a Sentence
A fistfight broke out in the stands.
He often gets into fistfights.
Recent Examples of fistfight from the Web
Two brothers from Sanford were found guilty of first-degree murder for killing a DeLand man after a slap-boxing match turned into a fistfight which led to a shooting, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reported.
Thomas is a former Marine whose only brush with the law is a fistfight in 2008.
Busch’s racing rap sheet reads like that of a true villain: the fistfight with Joey Logano, getting black-flagged in the Truck Series, and a history of boorish comments and fits of rage.
Whether capturing a cosmic event like the 2013 Chelyabinsk meteor, the collision of speeding vehicles, or a violent fistfight, the individual clips are alternately hard to watch and impossible to look away from.
The sedate throwing of flowers erupted into a fistfight, a ministampede and people lashed with whips and riding quirts.
The argument began inside the business and escalated as both women left the store and got into a fistfight.
Drillbit Taylor Remember when Josh Peck went from being the dorky kid in high school on Drake & Josh to a vicious bully who nearly got in a fistfight with Owen Wilson?
Leonard Johnson, 53, was charged Wednesday with misdemeanor battery after an argument with a 52-year-old male firefighter descended into a fistfight, according to a Chicago police spokeswoman.
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FISTFIGHT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fistfight for English Language Learners
: a fight in which people hit each other with their fists
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