Wrenching [verb]

Definition of Wrenching:

jerk, force violently

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Sentence/Example of Wrenching:

And when the wrenching at his forearms ceased he instantly relaxed his grip.

"I'm going to her," shouted Dick wildly, wrenching himself free.

"I'm a Canadian," said the professor, wrenching his wrist away.

And if we are not, it is likely to give the soul such a wrenching as to deform it forever.

“Stop,” he said peremptorily, raising himself with a wrenching effort.

I regained my weapon by planting my boot on his chest and wrenching it free.

Before he could defend himself, Frank was wrenching his arm.

It stung him till Brock felt the pain was wrenching him apart.

Diana, wrenching off coat and hat in her bedroom, paused to listen.

He struggled a moment, falling on his side and wrenching the shafts from the runners.