In the struggle that followed, Zimmerman pulled his gun and shot Martin dead, claiming that he did so in self-defense.
Indeed, almost everything in My struggle eventually turns into its opposite.
But a small, important minority of these social-media clues portend real pain, struggle, even malice and disaster.
There is a struggle between freedom and fundamentalism in our time, both at home and abroad.
While individual Americans struggle every year with tax compliance, large companies spend billions on tax avoidance.
But I would like you to know into what sort of struggle you are going: learn its nature from one who knows.
You can scoff, old Elephant, but the struggle is worth while.
His necktie was loose, and had twisted to one side in the struggle.
Hidden by the land, her officers had eagerly watched the struggle we have just seen.
During the struggle France was reduced to a mere shell of her former power.
late 14c., probably a frequentative form, of uncertain origin. Skeat suggests Old Norse strugr "ill will;" others suggest a connection to Dutch struikelen, German straucheln "to stumble." Related: Struggled; struggling.
1690s, from struggle (v.).
To have difficulty winning or holding the pace; be in athletic travail: Mets struggling; Cardinals soaring/ Lendl Struggles to Win
[1970s+ Sports; in the general sense ''strive despite difficulties,'' found by 1597]