“Before, [women] never got to wrestle with that question,” Sorenson said.
Lobello is one of thousands of military veterans who wrestle with the psychological wounds of war.
We are also introduced to her aging parents and watch as they wrestle with the onset of a life-threatening illness.
A recently released app invites users to wrestle with the text of a modern classic.
“We do have to wrestle with the fact that the army already has them on the ground,” she said.
Whoever was able to know Rolland's inmost essence, acquired, as in the ancient saga, new energy for the wrestle with brute force.
Bring me one to wrestle with, and I swear you shall see me overthrow him.
To-morrow night I will finish this wrestle with my own folly; I will give the coup de grce to my imagination.
I am Shepherd Paul, and I have come to wrestle with you, and to free your wife from your clutches.'
To struggle with Fate, I tell you, is to wrestle with Omnipotence.
Old English *wræstlian, frequentative of wræstan "to wrest" (see wrest). Cf. North Frisian wrassele, Middle Low German worstelen. Figurative sense is recorded from early 13c. Related: Wrestled; wrestling.
(Eph. 6:12). See GAMES.