Noun(1) the act of engaging in close hand-to-hand combat
Verb(1) combat to overcome an opposing tendency or force(2) engage in deep thought, consideration, or debate(3) to move in a twisting or contorted motion, (especially when struggling(4) engage in a wrestling match
(1) a wrestle to the death(2) Moreover, while many adolescents wrestle with these feelings, the auxiliary parents' struggles would invariably involve their charge.(3) Emily moved and he grabbed her trying to wrestle the chips from her.(4) The Judy C steers very well, with enough torsional stiffness to let you wrestle the front wheel out of ruts and with the tracking precision to keep you out of the ruts in the first place.(5) Of course, he has given himself some time to have a wrestle with his political conscience before the big day when he joins the party.(6) Ryan growled out a curse of pain and tried to wrestle away from the man.(7) One particularly drunken night they even had a wrestle .(8) She came at him again, but he grabbed her arms and they fell to the hilly terrain in what looked like a death wrestle .(9) The first type centres around ├ö├ç├┐can't-make-a-living-from-it├ö├ç├û ventures as struggling novelists wrestle with metaphors in the small hours.(10) Poultry shears cut through the bones of chicken, duck, and other birds without the carving wrestle .(11) A brief wrestle with his conscience told James that he was not the sort of man who could watch another man die, however much he loathed him, and, still bellowing for assistance, he began to swim towards Charles.(12) A 20-minute wrestle ensued and Tut emerged victorious, bringing the crocodile up from the depth of the water.(13) Courage, um, I wasn't sure what to do, where to go, how to proceed, what policy to adopt and there's an internal wrestle to confront or not to confront.(14) Unlike the other chapters, in which we watch the class wrestle with the essay assignment, in this chapter we consider one student writer at a time.(15) It was a wrestle just to get the car out of the junctions on the main road.(16) The play's more engaging theme is found in the moral struggle the characters encounter as they wrestle with the notion of integrity in the face of their grasping egos.