Ryan may be best known for his attempt to wrangle the federal budget.
How did you wrangle Nicole Kidman for her hilarious cameo in the movie?
Kennedy hopes to wrangle some of her rocker-pals as guests, she says.
The other portion Obama has managed to wrangle from private donors.
There are celebrity judges to wrangle and emotionally wrecked contestants to coax coherent interviews from.
Somehow Mr. wrangle's acceptance of the bid did not inspire me, although it promised so much.
It is but a gardener's wrangle—how best to guard roses from slugs.
Do you think I will wrangle over her body about the amount of money spent on her illness?
But we can only conjecture dimly, and leave the controversialists to wrangle.
He is no base grater of his tithes, and will not wrangle for the odd egg.
late 14c., from Low German wrangeln "to dispute, to wrestle," related to Middle Low German wringen, from Proto-Germanic *wrang-, from PIE *wrengh-, nasalized variant of *wergh- "to turn" (see wring). Related: Wrangled; wrangling. The noun is recorded from 1540s.