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  • verb Present participle of wrastle.

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Examples

  • Or maybe some WWF wrestler from the 80s after some "wrastling" session with the Randy Savage

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  • He and his friends had not the slightest personal grudge against Lincoln; but hearing the neighborhood talk about the newcomer, and especially Offut's extravagant praise of his clerk, who, according to Offut's statement, knew more than any one else in the United States, and could beat the whole county at running, jumping or "wrastling," they decided that the time had come to assert themselves, and strove to bring about a trial of strength between Armstrong and Lincoln.

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  • After a full day wrastling it down, and changing to 3/4 inch margins all around, I have completed the updating of my resume accent aigu x 2 there.

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  • After a full day wrastling it down, and changing to 3/4 inch margins all around, I have completed the updating of my resume accent aigu x 2 there.

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  • He was caught last night by the self-proclaimed dean of 'gator wrestling or is it wrastling (ph), I'm not sure, Tim Williams.

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  • Then captured by the self-proclaimed dean of alligator wrastling.

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  • Among the less affluent and less educated, honor led to a game that they called rough and tumble or a savage form of what was known then as "wrastling."

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  • Other casting off their armour wrastling and togging one with another: some headlong with their heeles vpwarde, falling and not come to the ground from off their horsses.

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  • In the corners, & in euerry corner stoode a Chorinthian Collumne of diuers colours, waued with so pure & beautiful Iacintes as nature could affoord, with conuenient bases and their chapters curiously made vnder the beame, ouer the which was a _Zophor_, wherein were carued little naked Boyes playing in the water, with water monsters, with wrastling and childish strifes, with cunning flights and agilities fit for their yeares, in liuely motions and sportes.

    Hypnerotomachia The Strife of Loue in a Dreame

  • Others with plentiful copies, some coupled togither with bands, and others wrastling as they did, riding vppon _Hipposatamies_, and other sundrie and vncoth beastes, with

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