He struggled with it, rewriting the whole book more than once.
Even though Google has struggled in this recession like everyone else, it still has much more upside than Yahoo!
The worst part for Hill was how proud her son had been of her and how he struggled to defend her.
She struggled to see out through the small eye vent, which was just two inches long and three and a half inches wide.
She struggled to concentrate on crossword puzzles and read books, so she just watched television.
On this being shown to the prisoner, he struggled no longer.
Mrs Enderby struggled to say, “Hush, Phoebe;” but she found she could not speak.
The animal fell to its knees, struggled for a moment, and fell backward.
Her eyes fluttered weakly, and she struggled to regain her feet.
They struggled awkwardly at the heavy oars, and slowly worked off shore.
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]