verb (used with or without object), ras·sled, ras·sling, noun
or ras·sle, ras·tle
verb (used with or without object), wras·tled, wras·tling, noun
Origin of wrastle
Examples from the Web for rassle
Historical Examples of rassle
I says to myself, 'There's a man it would be hard to tip over in a rassle.'
For one thing I wanted to see Abe and the minister have a rassle.
We'll just tell 'em it's a he party come over for a story-tellin' an' 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.'