wraxle

intransitive verb wrax·le \ˈraksəl\

Definition of wraxle

wraxled

;

wraxled

;

wraxling

\-s(ə)liŋ\ ;

wraxles

dialectal

  1. :  wrestle

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Origin and Etymology of wraxle

Middle English wraxlen, from Old English wraxlian, wræxlian; akin to Old English wrǣstlian to wrestle — more at wrestle


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