- v. present participle of rassle.
- n. the sport of hand-to-hand struggle between unarmed contestants who try to throw each other down
“Fix that trash you are putting on tv that is not even what many old schoolers call rassling.”
“Like, when markgritter is done with lunch and can help me with rassling the old desk into place under the window.”
“" I don't know, '' Simpson said, but suggested she got them when he was "" rassling '' with her to push her out of the bedroom. "”
“I b shur he will making sum famblee bery happee 2 haz him sleeping on deh windowsill and chasing deh sunbeamz adn rassling wif deh deh catnip mouzeez.”
“It might be likened to a 90-pound weakling inciting a barroom brawl, between two drunkgiants, which was none of his business to begin with, and then jumping in and trying to stop their fight-to-the-death by rassling them both to the ground and holding them down until they sober up, calm down and regain their rational senses, none of which they have ever done in their lives.”
“Soveeit ressler goggie alarmed at beeing pinned by USA Kitteh at ohlimpik rassling”
“As the description of the book puts it: Much of the work in the book is light-hearted--it's not all Flora 'rassling his demons.”
“He wasn't solemn, neither, and spent more than a few afternoons down in the square, proving to the strongest farmers in Vigor Church that they weren't no match for a blacksmith's arms and shoulders in a rassling match.”
“If he hadn't been in the middle of a rassling match with Fink, Alvin might have been more subtle, might have just weakened the hex a little, for he had no will to deprive Fink of the hex that had protected him for so long.”
“The blacksmith boy's right, you're no great shakes at rassling.”
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