Hmm… The play is sort of a wrestling of those two sides, I suppose.
To be clear, though, Laurer says she never “walked away” from wrestling or technically quit.
The wrestling worthy accessory is a bit of a misnomer—there is no cheekily exposed skin in this full-coverage contraption.
But in a shocking turn of events, wrestling got eight of 14 votes and the heave-ho.
And unlike the smoothly cool Barack Obama, Sharpton has been frequently pinned down in a wrestling match with the Teleprompter.
The chill gray dawn outside was wrestling at the windows for 190 entrance with the sickly glaring gas-light within.
In the center of a group of spectators two men, stripped to the waist, were wrestling.
It waxes strong by its wrestling, and becomes jubilant in proportion as nature and life try to stare it out of countenance.
Colonel Mayhew took us to the fair, and to see the wrestling; then to the bazaars.
For on that same day I twisted my ankle so violently at the wrestling school that I almost tore the joint from my leg.
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.