straggle


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Synonyms for straggle

Synonyms for straggle

to grow or spread in a disorderly or planless fashion

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Synonyms for straggle

a wandering or disorderly grouping (of things or persons)

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wander from a direct or straight course

go, come, or spread in a rambling or irregular way

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In the end, their understanding of the resurrection is less important than their faith that it happened, for such faith impels them to become full ambassadors of Christ in the world, entering the straggle for redemption and beating the cross that comes with it.
The Micro UV Straggle was used to tie the bodies of Diawl Bachs and Boobies.
The narrator, sixteen-year-old Parr Burmann, tells the story of his older sister Evie and her straggle with staying tree to herself while coping with the constraints her family as well as the members of her hometown in rural Missouri place on her.
In a straggle or liquor industry titans, the Anglo-French consortium triumphed over a competing offer by Brown-Forman Corp.
The bishops said the decision was reached in light of the AIDS pandemic in southern Africa, and with concern that the church has lagged in the straggle to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS.
It is immoral and un-American for the government to tax working people, who straggle to make ends meet, to subsidize corporations - or anything else.
The tug between stockholders and geeks within the information companies is only one dimension of the coming straggle over brain-created value.
But in the United States, the debate over who will build, how much, and where has so far overlooked a vital point: The actual economic and political straggle over the land begins not with the hammering, but when the Israeli government puts land under its control by declaring it "state land.
Vacationers from the under classes who managed to straggle into the park erected their tents in the public woods and could fish and hunt with nearly as much freedom as could the millionaires on their private preserves.
Last year Joy, fishing for the North Berwick club, became a heat winner when her husband told her to take a Straggle Booby out of his box after hearing it had been doing well.
The enormous progress the movement has made has never been without straggle or setbacks, and while our enemies' names might have changed, their duplicitous thuggishness hasn't.
According to Van Young, this "ethnocultural conflict" distinguishes the straggle for Mexican independence from the French, English, and American revolutions of the same period and from the 1910 Mexican Revolution as well.
The sculptures mostly straggle up the ramp single file, not always in tandem with their respective films.
Suite sans Suite was a truly disjointed yet coherent piece that spoke to humanity's straggle with attraction and aversion.
In other institutions, similarly dedicated staff members straggle to gain acceptance for the very notion that service-learning could be legitimate, let alone be an integral or valuable part of the curriculum.