"Percy and Dad had a row" (OP4)
As a noun, can refer to any loud noise or commotion, but when referring to something people do means a very heated quarrel; the verb sense means “quarrel, argue”. (NSOED). It’s worth mentioning that “row” used in these senses rhymes with “cow”, not with “low”.
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