from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who wrestles; specifically, one who makes a practice of wrestling, as a professed athlete.
- noun One who wrestles cattle on a range.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who wrestles; one who is skillful in wrestling.
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- noun wrestling A person who
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun combatant who tries to throw opponent to the ground
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I don't think you can give Deadgirl a 7 and then turn around and give Orson Welles a 5 especially in a world where the wrestler is a 9.
A good wrestler is a extremely well conditioned athlete.
The wrestler is * above average* compared to other people his age.
Based on this film, what a professional wrestler is forced to go through reminds me of what women are forced to go through in the porno industry.
Six minutes, if you are a high school wrestler, is a long time to wrestle.
I thought it was neat that ghost hunter Steve commented that usually on the long live investigations, the guest (who up to this point has always been a wrestler from the stupid SciFi Channel wrestling show) usually leaves as soon as possible, but that Amanda was staying for the whole thing and seemed to be really enjoying it.
Yawn, I want a picture where the wrestler is grappling with …. .the truth.
The call upset the U.S. coaches — the aggressive wrestler is supposed to be rewarded in such situations — but Gardner wasn't worried.
Don't referees constantly do spots where they're distracted by a tag wrestler trying to enter illegally?
He points out that while Hernandez is known as a tag wrestler, it's hard to ignore his strength and size.