square (v.)
quarrel, fall out, disagree
AC II.i.45[Pompey to Menas, of Antony and Caesar] 'Twere pregnant they should square between themselves
AC III.xiii.41[Enobarbus to himself] Mine honesty and I begin to square
MND II.i.30[Puck to Fairy, of Titania and Oberon] now they never meet ... / But they do square
Tit II.i.100[Aaron to Demetrius and Chiron, of jealousy over Lavinia] are you such fools / To square for this?
Tit II.i.124[Aaron to Demetrius and Chiron, of Tamora's advice] That will not suffer you to square yourselves
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