Definition of fist fight in English:

fist fight

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noun

A fight with the fists.
More example sentences
  • He reminded me of an argumentative drunk who challenges the whole bar to a fist fight.
  • The fist fight was only the finale of the on-stage war that had been brewing for the first hour of their set.
  • The group became involved in a verbal altercation with another group of younger males and a fist fight ensued.

Derivatives

fist fighting

noun
More example sentences
  • This is no small task as the public school system has grown to resemble a prison itself, with more police officers than well-trained teachers and harsh punishments such as expulsion for minor infractions like fist fighting.
  • Yes, but she's not that strong when it comes to fist fighting.
  • An eager student, he learned everything from lock picking to disguise techniques, swordsmanship to fist fighting, and precious metals to poisons.

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