tackled

[ tak-uh l or for 2–4, tey-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF tackled
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Luckily I was the first man he tackled, and I steered him away.

Telling you—next to telling Nellie—was the toughest job I ever tackled.

I've tackled a good many jobs, but matchmaking isn't one of 'em.

I watched for a while and then one day I got my nerve up and tackled him on the street.

He tackled these changed conditions in a spirit of severity.

We tackled the job off-hand, me strappin' a section on him, and he clampin' another on me.

If she was tackled by a gyasticutus, she'd grab it by the horns.

He tackled me onct and I had to kick him over a fence to save my shins from his teeth.

And Im not altogether satisfied with this pine; I should have tackled a fir-tree.

So wid that they tackled to, to the second fugil apiece, and fell into a larned discourse.

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