or ras·sle, ras·tle
Origin of wrastle
1200–50; Middle English wrastlen, variant of wrestlen to wrestle
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Examples from the Web for rassle
I says to myself, 'There's a man it would be hard to tip over in a rassle.'
We'll just tell 'em it's a he party come over for a story-tellin' an' a rassle.
For one thing I wanted to see Abe and the minister have a rassle.
Evans was a-braggin' 'bout how he could rassle, and pa ups and says, 'Huh!The Fotygraft Album
He and I used to love to rassle (wrestle) and one day he said, 'Oh, Emma, you hurt my finger.'