- WRANGLEbatay denpiwranglesdisput
Noun(1) an angry dispute(2) an instance of intense argument (as in bargaining
Verb(1) to quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively(2) herd and care for
(1) Only yesterday, you'd have thought there was no way to wrangle that horse back into the barn.(2) The community complex has been at the centre of a legal wrangle for the past two years.(3) The boss of Bradford's privatised education service has reaffirmed its commitment to the district after a year-long behind-the-scenes wrangle over cash.(4) an insurance wrangle is holding up compensation payments(5) A legal wrangle over a seaside town's plans to honour one of its most famous sons with a commemorative plaque is set to be resolved today.(6) A sports store which burnt to the ground in a spectacular blaze may never reopen due to an insurance wrangle , the Evening Gazette can reveal.(7) A court wrangle over the legal parentage of the children will now be heard in the New Year in a unique case which is likely to raise a host of highly-complex moral and human questions.(8) A legal wrangle over a three-year-old unpaid bill for dealing with the foot-and-mouth cull has cost Cumbria's tax payers around half-a-million pounds.(9) While politicians wrangle , rangers continue working in a dangerous climate, and the parks are getting trashed.(10) Head for the open range and learn how to wrangle dogies.(11) Plans by the Government to buy the island and designate it as a national historic park have been dogged by controversy, including a legal wrangle over the past 20 years that went as far as the Supreme Court.(12) The tenant said the young men immediately started to wrangle with their neighbours and left the building only when the police intervened.(13) Bertus, an implausibly mature 16-year-old, rides at the rear as second guide and helps wrangle the loose horses.(14) We wrangle over word choice, punctuation, and which is the fastest keyboard shortcut (scrolling vs. page down key).(15) He wrangled horses for the Confederacy during the Civil War.(16) The author's estate has been the subject of countless legal wrangles in recent years, as Stephen proved himself an ardent defender of both the copyright of the author's works and the family's privacy.
(1) wrangle :: WRANGLE
1. argument ::
2. row ::
3. haggle ::
4. argue ::
5. brawl ::
Different Formswrangle, wrangled, wrangles, wrangling, wranglings
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