verb (used with or without object), ras·tled, ras·tling, noun
- rat cheese,
- rat claw foot
or ras·sle, ras·tle
verb (used with or without object), wras·tled, wras·tling, noun
Origin of wrastle
Examples from the Web for rastle
“And it seems equally severe on the juniors,” said Mr Rastle.
So Mr Rastle abruptly turned and went, much to the regret of Cripps, who had not half spoken his mind yet.
Really the politics of your little world, Rastle, are too intricate for any ordinary mortal.
“Tell Mr Rastle kindly to step here,” said he to the porter.
The tyrannical proceeding on the part of Mr Rastle provoked bitter indignation, of course, in the breasts of the culprits.