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
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?
There's reckless driving, a dramatic rooftop standoff, a fistfight, and Lamar in full-on Don attire, having his muscle whack... himself.
In 2006, brothers Aaron and Nick faced off in a fistfight before the premiere of their reality show, House of Carters.
The confrontation quickly escalated into a fistfight involving other customers and two bar employees, Greek police spokesman Theodore Chronopoulos told The Washington Post.
Thomas Rhett even had to engage in a faux fistfight.
That's a fistfight waiting to happen, because the seats are wedged so close together.
Later, Sosa came back to the other man and started a fistfight, prosecutors said.
In those two decades alone, there were scores of violent incidents in the House and Senate, including shoving matches, fistfights, guns and knives drawn, canings and the occasional mass brawl.
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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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