Bicker means to quarrel Why does the poet use this word hereEnglish CBSE Class 9 NCERT Solutions
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‘Bicker’ means ‘to quarrel’. Why does the poet use this word here?English-CBSE-Class-9 NCERT Solutions

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The brook makes loud noise as it falls down. It sounds like a quarrel. ‘Bicker’ means a noisy discussion or an
 argument. The poet uses the word ‘bicker’ to describe the noisy movement of the brook as it flows through the valley as it sounds like quarrel.

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