- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wrest.
“To do this, Williams unambiguously wrests the meanings of the magical rituals and laws away from the obsessed magician and shows they belong to that brooding benevolence which hovers over the face of the deep of his novels.”
“December 17th, 2009 9: 43 am ET great, now health care reform now wrests on the impulses of two fringe idiots!”
“INJUNCTION BILL, which wrests your business from you and places it in the hands of your employees; third, to secure the PASSAGE OF THE”
“If the GOP wrests control of the House as expected, it would cost the region influence on Capitol Hill - particularly because local Democratic heavyweight Rep. Steny Hoyer (Md.) would lose his position as majority leader.”
“The play of ideas is heady as Alan Lightman wrests irony, pathos and poetry out of the abstractions of physics, but the meaning of it all is viewed from the human perspective.”
“So Steve pulls a Gates and wrests control of content away from the carriers.”
“ Leaning back in his chair, his father knits his fingers together and wrests the tangle of them on the belly of his dirty t-shirt.”
“Mesca crushes concrete slabs with heavy hammers and wrests the metal out, straining to rip it away.”
“Mesca crushes concrete slabs with heavy hammers, and wrests the metal out, straining to rip it away.”
“Jainism is, we are told, more about a profound divine absence than a presence, and so what must logically follow a life of devotion is a ritual fast to the death, a supreme sacrifice that -- as convoluted as this sounds -- wrests hope from the face of oblivion.”
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