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Definition of Tussle

Tussle
Tussle Tus"sle, v. i. & t. [See Tousle.] To struggle, as in sport; to scuffle; to struggle with. [Colloq.]
Tussle
Tussle Tus"sle, n. A struggle; a scuffle. [Colloq.]

Meaning of Tussle from wikipedia

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- Tussle is an American four-piece band from San Francisco, United States, formed in 2001 by Nathan Burazer, Jonathan Holland, Alexis Georgopoulos, Andy...
- Muscle Tussle is a Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies theatrical cartoon short released in 1953 and reissued in 1961 as a Blue Ribbon, directed by Robert McKimson...
- Tempest is the thirteenth studio album by San Francisco band Tussle. It was released in October 2012 under Smalltown Supersound records, and produced by...
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- executive Richard Scudamore said in defence: "There are a lot of different tussles that go on in the Premier League depending on whether you're at the top...
- "A Tough Tussle" is a short story by American Civil War soldier, wit, and writer Ambrose Bierce. It was published on the first page of the Sunday supplement...
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