Synonyms of quibble in English:

quibble


See definition of quibble

noun

1‘apart from that quibble, it was fine’

SYNONYMS
minor criticism, trivial objection, trivial complaint, adverse comment, protest, query, argument, exception, moan, grumble, grouse, cavil
Northern English twine
informal niggle, gripe, beef, grouch, nitpicking
archaic pettifogging

2‘I ignored his ridiculous quibbles about interest rates’

SYNONYMS
evasion, dodge
avoidance, equivocation, prevarication, hedging, fudging

verb

1‘no one would quibble with the subtitle’

SYNONYMS
find fault with, raise trivial objections to, complain about, object to, cavil at, carp about
split hairs, chop logic
criticize, query, fault, pick, holes in
informal nitpick
archaic pettifog

2‘he's always quibbling, so it is difficult to get a straight answer out of him’

SYNONYMS
be evasive, equivocate, avoid the issue, prevaricate, hedge, fudge, be ambiguous
informal beat about the bush