What is another word for wrangling?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈaŋɡəlɪŋ] (IPA)

When it comes to finding synonyms for the word "wrangling", there are a lot of options. You could use words like arguing, bickering, squabbling, or fighting to describe a tense or difficult situation. Alternatively, you might choose to use words like negotiating, mediating, or compromising to describe a more peaceful or diplomatic approach to resolving a disagreement. Other synonyms for "wrangling" might include haggling, debating, hashing out, or struggling, depending on the context and tone of the situation. Ultimately, the choice of which synonym to use depends on the specific situation at hand, and the desired effect that the word is meant to have on the audience.

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Usage examples for Wrangling

"The current papers are more than sufficient to carry on all the dirty work the town can have for them to do; and what with party strife, politics, poetic quarrels, and all the other consequences of a wrangling age, they are in no danger of wanting employment; and those readers who delight in such things, may divert themselves there.
"Daniel Defoe"
William Minto
Here the sounds of wrangling voices, and shouts, and the drunkards' wild songs, broke the stillness of night.
"Paddy Finn"
W. H. G. Kingston
By all means let the raiment of needlework and the clothing of wrought gold be what they should be for such sacred uses as hers who is the daughter of the great King, but let us not fall to wrangling about the vats in which the thread was dyed or the river bed from which the gold was gathered.
"A Short History of the Book of Common Prayer"
William Reed Huntington

Famous quotes with Wrangling

  • Our wrangling lawyers... are so litigious and busy here on earth, that I think they will plead their clients' causes hereafter,—some of them in hell.
    Robert Burton
  • Coming back to Iraq, obviously the situation has been getting worse over time, but I think it is still salvageable. We now have a political process going on, and I think if one looks at the place and what's been happening there, one has to marvel at what has been accomplished. There is an old saying, no news is good news, and the media obviously work on the reverse principle: Good news is no news. Most of the good things that have happened have not been reported, but there has been tremendous progress in many respects. Three elections were held three fair elections in which millions of Iraqis stood in line waiting to vote and knowing they were risking their lives every moment that they did so. And all this wrangling that's going on now is part of the democratic process, the fact that they argue, that they negotiate, that they try to find a compromise. This is part of their democratic education. So I find all this both annoying and encouraging. I see that more and more people are becoming involved in the political process. And there's one thing in Iraq in particular that I think is encouraging, and that is the role of women. Of all the Arab countries, with the possible exception of Tunisia, Iraq is the one where women have made most progress. I'm not talking about rights, a word that has no meaning in that context. I'm talking about opportunity, access. Women in Iraq had access to education, to higher education, and therefore to the professions, and therefore to the political process to a degree without parallel elsewhere in the Arab world, as I said, with the possible exception of Tunisia. And I think that the participation of women the increasing participation of women is a very encouraging sign for the development of democratic institutions.
    Bernard Lewis

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