Synonym: hurt, injure, jerk, pull, sprain, strain, twist, wrest, wring, yank. Similar words: French, trenchant, bench, coherence, currency, deference, inference, reference. Meaning: [rentʃ] n. 1. a sharp strain on muscles or ligaments 2. a jerky pulling movement 3. a hand tool that is used to hold or twist a nut or bolt. v. 1. twist or pull violently or suddenly, especially so as to remove (something) from that to which it is attached or from where it originates 2. make a sudden twisting motion 3. twist and compress, as if in pain or anguish 4. twist suddenly so as to sprain.
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1. She managed to wrench herself free.
2. He gave a wrench to his ankle when he jumped down.
3. He felt two men wrench the suitcase from his hand.
4. She found leaving home a real wrench.
5. He pulled the handle off with a wrench.
6. Leaving New York had been a terrible wrench.
7. Leaving home was a terrible wrench for him.
8. Leaving home was a terrible wrench for me.
9. He grabbed the rope and gave it a wrench.
10. He managed to wrench himself free.
11. Use a wrench to loosen the nut.
12. She stumbled and gave her ankle a painful wrench.
13. I always knew it would be a wrench to leave Essex after all these years.
14. Their delegation threw a giant monkey wrench into the process this week by raising all sorts of petty objections.
15. His hands were tied but he managed to wrench himself free.
16. Although it would be a wrench,(sentencedict.com/wrench.html) we would all accept the challenge of moving abroad.
17. The bolts can only be released with a wrench.
18. He had a wrench hanging from his belt loop.
19. Finally, just try to wrench your trolley to pieces.
20. One wrench of your back could cause permanent damage.
21. With a wrench, Tug wriggled free of the Woman's arm and ran.
22. But to wrench Aunt Lou from the home which had been hers for such a long time would be to kill her.
23. A blade-changing wrench is held in a clip at the rear of the sole plate.
24. Without you white birds would wrench themselves free from my paintings and fly off dripping blood into the night.
25. I heave on the baseball bat, and wrench the chain from the big guy's hand.
26. Enter the hardware shop and buy the wrench, exit and walk over to the fire hydrant.
27. Spray it and then use the wrench on it, jump on to the window ledge then on to the door.
28. She tore at one man's face as she tried to wrench free.
29. Claws snagged on the photographer's clothing, but he managed to wrench himself away.
30. It was not a bad wound, but entirely enough to make me land badly and wrench my ankle.
More similar words: French, trenchant, bench, coherence, currency, deference, inference, reference, preference, conference, difference, irreverence, make a difference, wreak, wrest, wretchedness, lunch, ranch, bunch, punch, anchor, branch, launch, in charge, scrunch, staunch, franchise, in charge of, nonchalant, synchronize.