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Synonyms for wrangle

Synonyms for wrangle

Synonyms for wrangle

an instance of intense argument (as in bargaining)

to quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively

herd and care for

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Concerning your recent article about states and municipalities wrangling over the contents of invocational prayers ("Texas Lawmakers Wrangle Over Content Of Legislative Prayers," People & Events, March Church & State), I should like to offer the following comments.
Scholars, on the other hand, wrangle between the theory that earthlings from elsewhere in the world brought civilization into the valley or that it emerged within the region itself.
A wrangle involving Irish-American forward John O'Connell threatens to cast a shadow over proceedings when Birmingham Bullets face Brighton Bears at Aston Villa Leisure Centre tonight (7pm).
While most Americans are aware of mounting questions about the safety of the popular Ford Explorer, few realize that the roots of the legal and regulatory wrangle trace back to Venezuela.
An item attributed to the New York Post on October 23 commented on the number of people "trying to wrangle an invite to Hugh Hefner's Halloween party at the Playboy Mansion.
And writing could do that: it could wrangle, if somehow, as a writer, one could shed the ludicrous, God-like mantle of auteur while retaining one's sotto voce as a private citizen.
As Congressional committees wrangle over health care reform options, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) is striving to ensure that African-American needs are met.
Leidos leverages Trifacta within CAADSTM to enable government agencies to wrangle biomedical data for more effective analysis within healthcare and life sciences.
SWANSEA striker Bafetimbi Gomis is caught up in an PS8million contract wrangle which is threatening his chances of leaving in January.
A MAKEOVER FOR NEW MEXICO STATE University's athletic mascot, Pete--who formerly carried a pistol but now grips a lasso--is causing a bit of a wrangle.
The current wrangle between the council and MDHC over the cruise liners is a replay of the wrangle between the council and Merseytravel over Merseytram.
CONTROVERSIAL: Coventry Airport has been at the centre of a legal wrangle with planners
It's understood the Scotland star could even technically be a free agent after a wrangle involving new SPL contracts.
SECRET tapes recorded by a Wrexham fan will be transcribed at an estimated pounds 3,000 cost as the legal wrangle over their contents continues.