Examples of infighting in a Sentence
continued infighting has just completely robbed that political action committee of its effectiveness
Recent Examples of infighting from the Web
People are tired of the infighting and partisan politics, Miemczweski said.
At the moment, however, both are bogged down by GOP infighting that jeopardizes their fate.
The police department was beset with infighting and lack of discipline about five years ago, when officers were picking sides with department leaders to be treated favorably, Katz said.
There are also hints of infighting, people disillusioned with the movement and where it is headed, and questions about how it will be sustained and continued.
A report due to be released by the Anti-Defamation League on Thursday morning and shared exclusively with USA TODAY says that the Ku Klux Klan appears to be weighed down by infighting and that activities are dwindling.
Fund-raising and infighting dragged out the creation of the Northwest African American Museum, which finally opened in 2008.
Amazon, on the other hand, has been described as having an intense workplace culture marked by infighting and high turnover among staffers.
This breeds dysfunctional infighting for resources and erodes trust.
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Definition of infighting for English Language Learners
: fighting or disagreement among the members of a group or organization
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