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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of wrestle.

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Examples

  • Until at least one branch of government is wrestled from the hands of the GOP we will have no say in our government or our destiny.

    Think Progress » Court mostly upholds DeLay’s partisan redistricting.

  • These sentiments, jaw-breaking syntax aside, were not wrestled from the pages of a rebellious quarterly or from a mischievous Web site.

    The 2005 Fiction Issue

  • These sentiments, jaw-breaking syntax aside, were not wrestled from the pages of a rebellious quarterly or from a mischievous Web site.

    The 2005 Fiction Issue

  • An Army chaplain wrestled with how he would react if a soldier in a morally troubling position similar to Downs's came to him privately and confessed what he had done.

    Why Americans Hate the Media

  • An Army chaplain wrestled with how he would react if a soldier in a morally troubling position similar to Downs's came to him privately and confessed what he had done.

    Why Americans Hate the Media

  • An Army chaplain wrestled with how he would react if a soldier in a morally troubling position similar to Downs's came to him privately and confessed what he had done.

    Why Americans Hate the Media

  • Beat Ettlin wrestled a kangaroo out of his house near Canberra after it crashed through a window.

    CNN.com

  • Beat Ettlin wrestled a kangaroo out of his house near Canberra after it crashed through a window.

    CNN.com

  • Beat Ettlin wrestled a kangaroo out of his house near Canberra after it crashed through a window.

    CNN.com

  • Beat Ettlin wrestled a kangaroo out of his house near Canberra after it crashed through a window.

    CNN.com

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