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wrangle

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How did you wrangle Nicole Kidman for her hilarious cameo in the movie?

Kennedy hopes to wrangle some of her rocker-pals as guests, she says.

Tens of millions of others watch their sports heroes wrangle on court, field, rink and racetrack.

As Congress continues to wrangle over whether to fund the government, the midnight deadline is quickly approaching.

There are celebrity judges to wrangle and emotionally wrecked contestants to coax coherent interviews from.

The outcome of the wrangle was a purely personal accommodation of an essentially momentary character.

But they only had enough saddle-stock along t' wrangle the bulls—an' I took three uh the best they had.

Now if there was anything the good-natured Roly hated, it was to wrangle over a paltry matter like that.

Thus was inaugurated a long, disgraceful wrangle that did not cease while life lasted.

He did: that is to say, he was worried and hurried to have the wrangle settled and Charlotte at Aminta's feet.

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On this page you'll find 137 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wrangle, such as: altercation, bickering, brawl, brouhaha, disagreement, and falling-out.

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

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