Word of the Day: Wrangle
Wrangle means to dispute something angrily; to argue noisily.
But now, as planners try to figure out how to build and pay for the park, and lawmakers wrangle over the details, it is starting to look as if the political battle was the easy part. (NY Times)
Caught between rasping laughter and the low moan of the phonograph, voices wrangle over the fate of Hitler’s armies, ensnared by the Russian winter, and the tactics of the United States, scrambling to defend its Pacific outposts after Pearl Harbor. (Times)
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