broil (n.) Old form(s): broiles, broyle, broyles
quarrel, row, disturbance
1H6 III.i.92[Gloucester to Servingmen] leave this peevish broil
2H6 IV.viii.43[Clifford to rebels, of the French] Methinks already in this civil broil / I see them lording it in London streets
KL V.i.30[Gonerill to all] these domestic and particular broils
R3 II.iv.60[Duchess of York to all] domestic broils / Clean overblown
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