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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of wrastle.

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Examples

  • So then we wrastled a little and she acted goofy and I said that Daisy the stuffed bear loved me more than her an ongoing joke and then I hugged her goodnight.

    parenting and such

  • So then we wrastled a little and she acted goofy and I said that Daisy the stuffed bear loved me more than her an ongoing joke and then I hugged her goodnight.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • "I tell yuh, sah, that if it hadn't been foh all o 'the lot that wrastled with him, he would a-come up hisself with the little gal,' stead o 'lettin' me do that same."

    Chums in Dixie or The Strange Cruise of a Motorboat

  • It is a subjeck I may troothfully say I have successfully wrastled with.

    Humorous Masterpieces from American Literature

  • A young lady who served as proof-reader in the establishment had been somewhat shocked by the scant morals of the mother of Luck, and when she came to the scene where Kentuck, after reverently fondling the infant, said, "he wrastled with my finger, the d---- d little cuss," the indignant proof-reader was ready to throw up her engagement rather than go any further with a story so wicked and immoral.

    The Shirley Letters from California Mines in 1851-52

  • Prayer if it bee fervent, prevaileth much: the zealous witnesses had power to shut and open heaven: by this, _Israel_ wrastled with God, overcame, and was called a

    A Coal From The Altar, To Kindle The Holy Fire of Zeale In a Sermon Preached at a Generall Visitation at Ipswich

  • He wrastled it round and round and blew on it, and turned over pages and folded it back – Gee, there was a lot of it.

    Purple Springs

  • Then I got right mad, and I run in on him agin, and this time I got to him, and wrastled with him.

    Danny's Own Story

  • "Many's the night I've wrastled with you till you war clean wore out with sleeplessness, 'fo' you'd let the child keep on at his books."

    The Voice of the People

  • But we wrastled the boat down to the water and was jest goin 'to launch her when the whole three masts went by the' board, men and all.

    Cap'n Eri

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