Word usage examples
It is a subjeck I may troothfully say I have successfully wrastled with.
Gilbert in his old age told some cavaliers he got a pass for nowt from Maister Gatherer one time mass he did and he seen his brud Maister Wull the playwriter up in Lunnon in a wrastling play wud a man on's back.
They said you could tell which men had ever tried to wrassle Mike Fink, cause they got no ears.
Reds had been kind of laughing and joshing about the wrassle, but when they saw the greatest chief of all the tribes, a man whose name was known from Boston to New Orleans, when they saw him smash on the ground like that they kind of left off laughing.
I have a long, important day ahead of me, and I might still have to wrassle with Bessy.
I suspect if it ever came to it, Jim would be willing to wrassle Satan.
If one of them woke up to find him choking on him he would wrassle loose from him, knock him out, and then put him back to bed where he would wake up in the morning his old mild affable self again.
My ole lady struggles to keep her misery, squirms and wrassles with herself on the bench.
Measure knew a few wrassling tricks, but Fink never even tried to grapple with him.
They hustle Springer out another door, which Slothrop bolts and wrassles a heavy filing cabinet up against, then they drag Springer up a flight of steps into a long, straight corridor, lit by six or seven bulbs, the spaces between which are very dark.