obtain by seizing forcibly or violently, also metaphorically;
"wrest the knife from his hands"
"wrest a meaning from the old text"
"wrest power from the old government"
- He wrested it from her hands.
- The policeman wrested the truth out of her.
- The report wrests the facts out of their true meaning.
The heliotrope flower..wrests its neck in turning after the warm sun.出自： Marvell