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altercate (v.)

"to contend with words," 1520s, a back-formation from altercation, or else from Latin altercatus, past participle of altercari "to dispute (with another)," from alter "the other" (see alter).

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Definitions of altercate

altercate (v.)
have a disagreement over something;
Synonyms: quarrel / dispute / scrap / argufy
From wordnet.princeton.edu