To be clear, though, Laurer says she never “walked away” from wrestling or technically quit.
But in a shocking turn of events, wrestling got eight of 14 votes and the heave-ho.
Brennan applied a wrestling hold as he recovered a loaded 9-mm pistol.
Old English wræstlung, "sport of grappling and throwing," verbal noun from wrestle (v.). From c.1300 as "action of wrestling, a wrestling match." Figurative use from c.1200.
Old English *wræstlian, frequentative of wræstan "to wrest" (see wrest). Cf. North Frisian wrassele, Middle Low German worstelen. Figurative sense is recorded from early 13c. Related: Wrestled; wrestling.
(Eph. 6:12). See GAMES.