Definition of Tussles

1. Noun. (plural of tussle) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of tussle) ¹

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Definition of Tussles

1. tussle [v] - See also: tussle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tussles

tussehs
tusser
tussers
tusses
tussic
tussicular
tussiculation
tussigenic
tussis
tussises
tussive
tussive fremitus
tussive syncope
tussle
tussled
tussles (current term)
tussling
tussock
tussock bellflower
tussock caterpillar
tussock moth
tussocked
tussocker
tussockers
tussocks
tussocky
tussor
tussore
tussores
tussors

Literary usage of Tussles

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1. What I Have Seen While Fishing and how I Have Caught My Fish by Philip Geen (1905)
"Had I but a small portion of his talent for writing, what tales of glorious tussles with the big Tay winter salmon I could relate ; tussles which meant ..."

2. What I Have Seen While Fishing and how I Have Caught My Fish by Philip Geen (1905)
"Had I but a small portion of his talent for writing, what tales of glorious tussles with the big Tay winter salmon I could relate ; tussles which meant ..."

3. The Works of Theodore Roosevelt by Theodore Roosevelt (1903)
"... tussles—and in tussles of this kind they do not always prove victors or escape scathless. During the rut the bulls are very noisy; and their notes of ..."

4. The Works of Theodore Roosevelt by Theodore Roosevelt (1893)
"Cougars and wolves commit great ravages among the bands; but they often secure their quarry only at the cost of sharp preliminary tussles—and in tussles of ..."

5. The Wilderness Hunter: An Account of the Big Game of the United States and by Theodore Roosevelt (1909)
"Cougars and wolves commit great ravages among the bands ; but they often secure their quarry only at the cost of sharp preliminary tussles—and in tussles of ..."

6. Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes (1901)
"For obvious reasons, few and short must also be our remarks on the remaining representative tussles. The athletic sports are fixed for March 29th, ..."

7. Twenty-eight Years in Wall Street by Henry Clews (1887)
"He soon produced order out of chaos there, and that resulted in a boom in railroad stocks all along the line. He had several sharp tussles, ..."

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