Thesaurus / wrenching

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With a mold to shape their composite, the scientists made a working wrench.

Sometimes producers introduce special “powers” that can throw a wrench into things.

The latter point throws a big wrench into proponents of a “herd immunity” approach wherein you simply let enough people get infected and become immune.

Then, in his second year on the job, Culp got thrown a monkey wrench in the form of the coronavirus.

Though the pandemic has thrown a wrench in the growth of China’s middle class, it is nonetheless growing, meaning millions more people per year have the means to acquire possessions like cars.

There was a wrenching crash of metal, a shrill scream of skidding tires, climaxed by a thunderous roar.

Sabotage in SpaceCarey Rockwell

Wrenching warehouses to fragments the tornado passed to the river front, leaving a broad swath of wreckage and dead bodies.

Wrenching the lower or root part of the tooth loose from its socket in the jaw is what hurts so when a tooth is pulled.

A Handbook of HealthWoods Hutchinson

A slip and a violent, wrenching effort at recovery frightened him.

Smoke BellewJack London

Wrenching himself free from her hands, Drew dropped down on the floor and began to hunt around for the key.

The Sick-a-Bed LadyEleanor Hallowell Abbott

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