n. fit of irritation; petty quarrel; liquor, especially, a small draught of liquor
We had a high school girl get in a tiff with another high school girl so she stuffed a gasoline soaked rag in their van's gas tank and lit it.
Sentence in Classic:
Away they went fleetly and gracefully, for having practiced at home, they were well matched, and the blithe young couple were a pleasant sight to see, as they twirled merrily round and round, feeling more friendly than ever after their small tiff.
Little Women By Louisa May Alcott Context