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warsle

or war·stle

[ wahr-suhl ]
/ ˈwɑr səl /
Chiefly Scot.
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verb (used with or without object), noun war·sled, war·sling,

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Origin of warsle

1300–50; Middle English; Old English *wǣrstlian, metathetic variant (compare wǣrstlīc of wrestling) of wrǣstlian to wrestle
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