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fight
Definition:
To carry on, or wage, as a conflict, or battle; to win or gain by struggle, as one's way; to sustain by fighting, as a cause.

What does the acronym fight stand for?

FIGHT abbreviation definitions:
–  Forcing Inside Garbage to Honor Truth
–  Finding Inside Guts To Honor Tenacity

Synonyms:

noun
act
fight.
action
encounter.
aggressiveness
fighting spirit, hostile behavior, hostile act, contentiousness.
agitation
turbulence, tumult.
attack
combat, warfare, thrust, outbreak, bombardment, invasion, siege, bloodshed, war, furor, barrage, tirade, charge, spasm, strike, tie into, aggression, sortie, riot, foray, battle, onslaught, storm, raid, offense.
battle
engagement, combat.
battle royal
fierce contest, intense battle, pitched battle.
bravery
valor.
communication
fight.
competition
athletic event, quiz, matchup, matchups, do or die, go for it, concours, rivalry, dog eat dog, horse race, athletic events, pairing off, strife, tug-of-war, one on one, contention.
conflict
confrontation.
confrontation
face-off, setto, set-to.
contention
wrestling, wranglings, statics, bone to pick, flak.
contentiousness
quarrelsomeness, disagreeableness.
courage, will to resist
attack, aggressiveness, backbone, belligerence, militancy, pugnacity, boldness, hardihood, mettle, aggression, resistance, combativeness, spirit, gameness, pluck.
disagreement
divisiveness, atmospherics, ill feelings, ill feeling, cross-purposes, cross-purpose, quarrel.
disorder
anarchism, lawlessness, turbulence, riotings, mob rule, terrorism.
face-off
face off.
fight
competitiveness, press, fighting, campaign, conflict, crusade, agitate, engagement, struggle, bout, battle.
fight back
force back, retort, hold back, reply, resist, defend yourself, fight back tears, control, put up a fight, check, curb, retaliate, restrain, suppress, counter-attack, hold out against, contain, repress, bottle up.
fight off
fracas, repel, campaign, clash, discord, contest, put to flight, struggle, stave off, confrontation, difference of opinion, duel, engagement, brawl, dissension, quarrel, donnybrook, melee, argument, Hostilities, bloodshed, shindy, firmness, lose all his fight, Pasting, drive, scuffle, dispute, set-to, ward off, warfare, rebuff, ruction, keep/hold at bay, encounter, crusade, aggro, disturbance, resoluteness, determination, attack, tussle, punch-up, brush, dust-up, willpower, fray, riot, disagreement, tenacity, ruffle, bovver, aggression, rout, bout, altercation, beat off, exchange, resist, free-for-all, action, skirmish, scrap, the fight for freedom, row, combat, ruckus, war, spirit, battle, conflict, movement, Bashing, will to live, hold off.
fisticuffs
fisticuffs.
militancy
militancy.
opposition
friction, challenge, defiance, conflict, contradiction, inhibition, counterattack, interference, confrontation, repression, obstinacy, objection, obstruction, protest, opposition, impediment, repulsion, adversary, counteraction, antagonism, hindrance, rebuff, dispute, suppression, disagreement, resistance.
physical encounter
engagement, match, fuss, action, clash, brush, bout, to-do, set-to, dispute, fracas, contest, tussle, conflict, dogfight, battle, disagreement, duel, struggle, exchange, free-for-all, scrimmage, fisticuffs, combat, riot, dissension, skirmish, affray, altercation, argument, wrangling, sparring match, scuffle, controversy, strife, broil, difficulty, melee, quarrel, joust, battle royal, round, scrap, feud, brawl, row, tiff, hostility, confrontation, contention, fray, rumble, ruckus, war, rivalry.
polemic
OUTS, dustups, knock down and drag out, GINS, crusher, finishers, fallings, knockdown, dustup, finisher, crushers, knockdowns, gin.
resistance
retardation, resistance, impedances, Renitence, Insusceptibility, Renitency, striking back, impedance, imperviousness, impeding.
revenge
spitefulness, counterinsurgency, counter blow, counterplay, avengment, ruthlessness, sortie.
roughness
roughhouse.
run-in
run in.
scrimmage
scrimmage, scrabbles, scrabble.
vendetta
vendetta.
violence
frenzy, rage, outrage, wildness, barbarity, fury, vehemence, abuse, commotion, attack, atrocity, intensity, torture, uproar, broil, turmoil, brutality, violence, assault, fracas, destructiveness, fierceness, savagery, terrorism, insurrection, thuggery, vandalism, brutishness, brawl, ferocity, inhumanity.
warfare
jihad, crusade, offensive, tussle, guerre, hostility, scuffle, warpath, scramble, campaign, contest, drive, struggle, engagement.
verb
attack
lash, lunge, flay, trounce, scathe, scorch, savage, scarify, assail, batter, pound, hammer, invade, violate, harry, slash, bombard.
battle
lay into, make war, engage.
competition
fight, struggle, contend.
conflict
fray, contention.
engage in physical encounter
buck, tilt, traverse, go to war, meet, exchange blows, protect, assault, brush with, do battle, flare up, mix it up, ply weapons, oppugn, take all comers, rowdy, bicker, challenge, resist, wage war, box, carry on war, withstand, altercate, grapple, spar, take up the gauntlet, strive, wrestle, cross swords, repel, bear arms, wrangle, bandy with, contend, take the field, tug.
oppose
impede, hinder, suppress, interfere, object, inhibit, obstruct, confront, disagree, repel, antagonize, contradict, meddle, repress, resist, oppose, counteract, counter, defy, intercept, cross, repulse, check, oppress.
oppose action, belief
persevere, travail, hassle, light into, wage, uphold, take on, stand up to, oppose, engage in, carry on, take pains, buckle down, fall out, further, continue, make a stand against, put up an argument, endure, hammer away, lay into, push forward, maintain, force, defy, prosecute, persist, toil on, support, argue, tangle with, conduct, effect, spare no effort, exert oneself, squabble.
resist
stand up to.
Examples of usage:
  1. Do you want to fight?" – A Man and a Woman by Stanley Waterloo
  2. It's my fight, Bruce! – Bruce of the Circle A by Harold Titus
  3. But you see it says that they are going to fight all over again- don't you understand? – Jacqueline, Complete by (Mme. Blanc) Th. Bentzon Last Updated: March 3, 2009
  4. In the morning the fight was over. – The Knave of Diamonds by Ethel May Dell
  5. Do you want a fight? – The Red Room by August Strindberg
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