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  • noun Plural form of wrester.

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Examples

  • At that time, the wresters bled often, and when they bled that day, it was as if their blood was the brightest red there was.

    heartbreak &triumph

  • At that time, the wresters bled often, and when they bled that day, it was as if their blood was the brightest red there was.

    heartbreak &triumph

  • IHSAA: Randolph County wresters aren't out of state tournament yet

    pal-item.com - Local News

  • In addition, 65 of 700 sumo wresters acknowledged their addiction to gambling too.

    Pravda.Ru

  • Three of the wresters who compete regularly for coach Pete DiPol's Bulldawgs are surnamed Schlitt, brothers Ray and Rob, and their cousin P.K. "I don't know if it's an extremely unique situation," said Ray, a 152-pound senior, when asked about competing with his relatives.

    CourierPostOnline.com - News

  • After Indian wresters, now swimmers bring shame to the nation.

    Times Now

  • The sectional had seven wresters ranked by illinoismatmen. com ccompeting.

    News

  • Hero-Danielson RADICAN: A list of things wresters and TNA fans can support for Dixie Carter RADICAN: Wolfe-Angle follow up displays typical warning signs of danger from creative standpoint TNA News: TNA scheduled to announce on Monday that Impact moving to Mondays in March

    PWTorch.com

  • IHSAA: Randolph County wresters aren't out of state tournament yet

    pal-item.com - Local News

  • No. 3 Eastern finished its dual-meet season with a disappointing loss, but the Vikings have a wealth of wresters who figure to do well in the upcoming individual tournaments.

    CourierPostOnline.com - News

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