What is wrangle?

  • (noun): An instance of intense argument (as in bargaining).
    Synonyms: haggle, haggling, wrangling
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on wrangle:

Wrangle, Lincolnshire - The Church
... who died when their plane crashed on Wrangle Common in 1944 is in the church ... Population of Wrangle Civil Parish Year 2001 ... Population 995. 1,030 1,132 1,196 1,165 1,084 1,028 1,080 1,142 ...
List Of United Kingdom Locations: Woof-Wy - Wr
1°16′W / 53.61°N 01.26°W / 53.61 -01.26 SE4913 Wrangle Lincolnshire 53°02′N 0°07′E / 53.03°N 00.11°E / 53.03 00.11 TF4251 Wrangle Bank Lincolnshire 53°03′N 0°07′E / 53.05°N ...
Old Leake Railway Station - History
... opened on 2 October 1848 as Hob Hole, but was renamed one month later as Leake and Wrangle ... again less than one year later in October 1849 to Old Leake and Wrangle, before becoming simply Old Leake in October 1852 ... The village of Old Leake lay to the east of the line, whilst Wrangle is 1½ miles to the north-west ...
U.S. Route 13 In Delaware - Major Intersections
... Georges Bridge Wrangle Hill 81.65 131.40 DE 7 north (Dupont Parkway) / DE 72 east (Wrangle Hill Road) South end of DE 72 overlap 81.87 131.76 DE 1 south / DE 72 ...
List Of Windmills In Lincolnshire - Locations - W
... Windmill World Woolsthorpe Tower Wragby Wragby Mill TF 778 ... Tower 1831 Windmill World Wrangle Lowgate Mill Tower Standing in 1923, gone by 1953 Wrangle Sea Dyke Mill Tower Standing in 1923, gone by ...

More definitions of "wrangle":

  • (verb): To quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively.
    Example: "The bar keeper threw them out, but they continued to wrangle on down the street"
    Synonyms: brawl
  • (verb): Herd and care for.
    Example: "Wrangle horses"