Examples of wrangler in a Sentence
a rough-hewn wrangler who never says much
known as a petty, unrelenting wrangler who likes argument for the sake of argument
Recent Examples of wrangler from the Web
Chris Pratt, at medium buff, returns as a raptor wrangler–slash–butt-kicker with a heart of gold, while Bryce Dallas Howard’s formerly cold corporate cynic has become a champion for dinosaur preservation.
The wrangler seemed to catch the cobra but the snake managed to get away.
Video shows the alligator putting up a fight before the wrangler taped its eyes shut and removed the animal from the yard.
McCain is known as a tough wrangler of votes, and his credibility on the issue of torture is widely respected among his colleagues on both sides of the aisle.
Shark wrangler catches 12-foot hammerhead off Florida beach, gets more attention for his abs.
Boehner challenged Roy Blunt, a Hastert and DeLay lieutenant, in a race for House majority leader, and Nunes proved himself to be a crucial vote wrangler in the effort.
The gator survived the incident so authorities asked for wildlife wranglers to help relocate it as a matter of public safety.
As a press wrangler, Cunnane was responsible for what the president’s press pool knew or didn’t know.
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WRANGLER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wrangler for English Language Learners
: a person who takes care of horses on a ranch
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