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When you talk about these tussles with Russia, Russia is four percent of military expenditure.

Now, amid legal tussles with his kids and a judge, that move could backfire on the millionaire, reports Jacqui Goddard.

The tussles of the past week, over the design of the new clubhouse, have been no exception.

They had some very hard tussles, and before long Thor was brought down on one knee.

The troops had some sharp tussles with the Boers, and drove them out of rifle range while the railway operatives mended the line.

After these tussles they appeared to run over the water to give their heavy, awkward bodies a good start upward.

However, Tuys had done rather well; public report had it that these tussles gave him the start toward his fortune.

She knew the workhouses far and wide, and had had her tussles with the authorities.


On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tussles, such as: brawl, scuffle, strife, fray, skirmish, and free-for-all.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.