Synonyms of 'wrench'
They wrenched open the passenger door and got into the car.
He fell and twisted his ankle.
The police forced the door of the flat and arrested him.
I helped pull him out of the water.
She tore the windscreen wipers from his car.
A little boy tugged at her sleeve excitedly.
She yanked the child back into the house.
He hoped to put pressure on the British and wring concessions from them.
She wrested the suitcase from the chauffeur's grasp.
The rope stopped his fall with a wrench that broke his neck.
We are hoping the injury is just a wrench.
I knew it would be a wrench to leave home.
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An ache is a steady, fairly strong pain in a part of your body.
You feel nausea and aches in your muscles.
If something that happens is a blow to someone or something, it is very upsetting, disappointing, or damaging to them.
The ruling comes as a blow to environmentalists.
Thesaurus for wrench from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you wrench something that is fixed in a particular position , you pull or twist it violently, in order to move or remove it.