wrangle

Part of speech: verb

To dispute noisily; brawl.

Part of speech: noun

An angry or noisy dispute.

Part of speech: noun

Wrangler.

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Usage examples "wrangle":

  1. In the loggia cabmen now wrangle all day and all night. - "A Wanderer in Florence", E. V. Lucas.
  2. I had a reason for answering Ivuzamanzi, otherwise I would not have seemed to wrangle with a man on the very steps of the scaffold. - "A Frontier Mystery", Bertram Mitford.
  3. If he could plead with a jury for hire, if he could argue with the court and wrangle with council, how could he meet reason, combat objections, and present the case of his soul and make up the brief for his own destiny? - "In the Heart of a Fool", William Allen White.