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verb intr.: To argue or dispute heatedly.
From Latin altercari (to quarrel with another), from alter (other). Earliest documented use: 1530.
“Been altercating forever. What I got to do is make sure neither of them wins.”
Mike Ashley; The Mammoth Book of Sorceror’s Tales; Constable & Robinson; 2004.
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