fight or struggle in a confused way at close quarters;
"the drunken men started to scuffle"
make messy or untidy;
"the child mussed up my hair"
- I had a tussle to get the knife off him.
- We have a tussle every year about where to go on holiday.
- They began to tussle with each other for the coin.
- The children were tussling with one another for the ball.
- close tussle 难分难解的比赛...
Saleh and Dinsamo tussled for the lead between 35 and 40 km.出自：Running
In the back seat..the boys tussled mildly together.出自： J. Trollope