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
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.
The opening scenes featured fiery car crashes, fistfights and bad guys wildly firing large assault rifles.
There were occasional fistfights, which Cathy usually lost.
In many ways, Family Guy is most similar to sketch comedy, where beloved running gags (like, say, Peter Griffin getting in a fistfight with a chicken) have similar functions to recurring characters on Saturday Night Live.
President Donald Trump, 71, and former Vice President Joe Biden, 75, are currently openly fantasizing about who of them would come on top during a fistfight.
Just the accusation is enough to spark a fistfight.
Scores of people were injured amid fistfights and screaming matches between white supremacist groups and counterprotesters.
The first serious development planned for the properties in years collapsed in a legal fistfight, but the city put the parcels out to bid again anyway.
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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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