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falling-out

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfalling-outˌfalling-ˈout noun   have a falling-out (with somebody)
Examples from the Corpus
falling-outBut the two of them had had a falling-out on the night of the capitalization party.This professor of theology at Rheims had a falling-out with the archbishop.So, yes, they had a falling-out all right.
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