Definition of rassle in English:

rassle

Line breaks: ras¦sle
Pronunciation: /ˈras(ə)l
 
/

verb

North American
  • non-standard spelling of wrestle, representing a regional pronunciation.
    More example sentences
    • I made a big scene when Dr. Naughty grabbed my arm, and we ended up rassling on the floor.
    • One of the few WWE stars to ‘rassle’ under his own name, Lesnar is no theatrical concoction from the excesses of Vince McMahon's fertile imagination.
    • If this hasn't been knocking them dead over on college radio then I'm a-gonna have to rassle me a college kid.

Derivatives

rassler

noun
More example sentences
  • I come up the hard way… I wrestled in the cage more than any other rassler in the history of rasslin.
  • This ol’ rassler's prose in this coming-of-age story s taut and his dialogue is… well, pardon the pun… gripping.
  • The only identifiable rassler in the bunch seems to be the Deputy Secretary of State.

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