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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Parr's straggle is particularly difficult because he is forced to come to terms with his feelings of betraying Evie, a person who has always been supportive of him.
With this said, the academic labor movement faces some serious uphill battles inherent in its straggle. First and most obvious, the number of part-timers continues to rise.
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.
They said that democracy was achieved after a long straggle and even the leaders of PPP and its workers had to sacrifice their lives for this cause.
A barber creates styles for Balotelli including Ronaldinho's straggle, Carlos Valderrama's mop and Neymar's mullet.
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.
Given the similarity between the reboot and 1.0, auds may straggle to figure out exactly what else has changed, since most of the set pieces and the materials therein look exactly the same.
In this book on the Mississippi straggle, Dittmer gives time to the voiceless in the belly of the beast of Southern racism.
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.
Indeed, as Garcia (personal communication, January 26, 2001) argued, "[t]ensions over which `ism' is most important continues the 'divide-and-conquer' patriarchal colonization process which...[k]eeps us from recognizing each other as potential allies in the same straggle for dignity, respect, and liberation." Moreover, although racism, sexism, and classism "reinforce and feed on each other" (Henley, Meng, O'Brien, McCarthy, & Sockloskie, 1998, p.
Specifically, a new model is required that views market developments as short-lived tactical combat outcomes in the protracted straggle between the major central banks of Europe, Japan, and the United States to influence international capital flows.
Yet, in contrast to civil wars, conflicts of this sort do not produce relatively balanced warring parties who share the perception that a critical and decisive military straggle has been joined.