If you entertain the supposition that any real success, in great things or in small, ever was or could be, ever will or can be, wrested from Fortune by fits and starts, leave that wrong idea here or leave your cousin Ada here.
There are no more uses of "wrest" in the book.
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Her arms still ached from wresting the heavy ears from the stalks, row after row, hour after hour.
Elizabeth George Speare -- The Witch of Blackbird Pond
One of the little girls managed to wrest the banana roadster away from Peter Sinkowitz.