Noun(1) disorderly fighting
Verb(1) fight or struggle in a confused way at close quarters(2) make messy or untidy
(1) The game progressed with players pushing vigorously to outdo each other in a tussle for ball possession.(2) In a sign of things to come, there were a few clashes at half time, when the occasional tussle flamed up in the tunnel to the dressing rooms.(3) The fraught standoff in the Ukraine is less the result of an internal dispute, than of a geopolitical tussle between East and West.(4) They had won the seemingly impossible battle without even a tussle .(5) there was a tussle for the ball(6) Ready for launch over two months ago, the opening was put off due to the ongoing tussle in the local film industry.(7) Sunday's match was a thriller from the start of play as opposing teams engaged in a valiant tussle for ball possession.(8) As the match progressed the tussle for a goal advantage continued but Pioneers were content with a well deserved draw.(9) A man who tried to stop a thief from making off with a stolen digital projector sustained cuts and bruises to his head when he was knocked down in a tussle .(10) He believed the linesman misinterpreted what was an innocent entanglement after a tussle for the ball.(11) Almost anonymous in the tussle between the two Australians, was the battle for bronze.(12) Out of all the fights, all the scuffles and tussles , this was the only one that mattered.(13) They tussled on the floor, an oddly muted fight as they were both trying to shield the book from damage.(14) Bad management, business naivete, and outright trickery resulted in years of legal tussles and lost revenue.(15) The Italian charging process is not the same as in Britain and it is unclear whether the move would lead to further legal tussles and delays to British attempts to extradite him.(16) But despite his injuries, he tussled with the man for several minutes before finally letting him out of his shop when he threatened to kill him.
1. scuffle ::
2. rough-and-tumble ::
3. scuffle ::
4. muss ::
Different Formstussle, tussled, tussles, tussling
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