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
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The Official Preppy Handbook had come out in 1980, and did its own job of identifying the schools, jobs, northeastern suburbs, Jeep wranglers, Upper East Side watering holes, and uniforms of a certain group of monied, East Coast Wasps.
The barroom brawl over who is the top wrangler at Billy Bob’s Texas continues.
Rich Flores, one of the Clones, stepped in as the official wrangler.
But come July, Southcentral fish wranglers focus on dipnet fisheries on the Kenai and Kasilof rivers and Fish Creek outside of Wasilla.
The summit is meant to draw lines around common ground and interests, and with the U.S. trying to step out on some of the most important issues, Merkel played the role of the patient wrangler.
How was it that dozens of Jeep Wranglers were being brazenly stolen in the dead of night, with no broken glass to be found?
McConnell is a savvy political wrangler and survivor (see Tory Newmeyer’s great 2014 profile of the fellow in Fortune).
Happy trails Ahead of each daily 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. ride, the wranglers check the chalkboard listing guests to horses — Bon Jovi, Bowie and Boone to Peaches and Pizza (naming a herd of horses takes creativity and the entire alphabet).
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Definition of wrangler for English Language Learners
: a person who takes care of horses on a ranch
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