verb (used without object), tus·sled, tus·sling.
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Example sentences from the Web for tussle
The tussle between the district and families is just the newest in a long line of problems related to distance learning – especially among historically disadvantaged groups within the school system.New Form for Special Ed Students Triggers Parents’ Fears|Will Huntsberry|October 5, 2020|Voice of San Diego
The ride isn’t over yet — expect more term sheet tussles and pushbacks from China over the finer details of the deal.TikTok’s unusual spinoff: 4 outstanding advertiser concerns|Lara O'Reilly|September 22, 2020|Digiday
“He has been tussling with the decision to run for the presidency,” says a Western diplomat.
Then we get Eric Cantor tussling with the next President Clinton.
Obama is going to spend the summer pushing, and the Senate tussling over, those.
Then nothing but a knot of great gray wolves, tussling and snarling over something on the snow.Neighbors Unknown|Charles G. D. Roberts
They were tussling together, and we flung ourselves on them and separated them.The Trail of '98|Robert W. Service
Whilst we were tussling I slipped in a cartridge and pulled the trigger—the muzzle was against his breast, and he fell dead.
At night his dreams were a long conglomeration of tussling and battle in the most unexpected places.The Eternal Boy|Owen Johnson
Ben and Rambler became lifelong companions, and when not asleep spent most of their time playing and tussling with each other.The Grizzly|Enos A. Mills