(third-person singular simple present Indian wrestles, present participle Indian wrestling, simple past and past participle Indian wrestled)
- (intransitive, and with direct object the opponent) To stand with the lateral side of one's (usually right) foot touching the lateral side of his opponent's (right) foot and with his (right) hand clasping his opponent's, and to attempt to force his opponent to lose balance to the extent the latter's (right) foot moves even as his opponent does the same to him.
- (intransitive and , figuratively) To engage in a struggle to put an opposing side at a disadvantage.
- (intransitive, and with direct object the opponent)
- (intransitive and) To arm-wrestle.