corralling corralling  /kə ˈræ lɪŋ/


  1. (n) a pen for cattle
  2. (v) enclose in a corral
  3. (v) arrange wagons so that they form a corral
  4. (v) collect or gather



  1. I grew fond of the titular characters, in particular Kate, who seemed to stand like a colossus over their Pennsylvania tract home, constantly corralling and cajoling her .
  2. The movie, with Julia Roberts as a progressive teacher corralling her own Dead Artists Society, also lies about the place in '50s American culture of Jackson Pollock, whose work .
  3. He's only half kidding: Hwang believes that thanks to years of corralling small grains of rice and other slippery foods with stainless-steel slivers, his researchers are especially .


  • Area communities take aim at cancer

    By CHRIS MENEES Staff Reporter They’ll be corralling cancer Friday night in Fulton. The annual Relay For Life of Fulton, South Fulton and Hickman, Ky., will kick off at 6 p.m. Friday and continue into the wee hours of Saturday at Fulton’s downtown Pontotoc Park.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Union City Messenger


  1. "Getting this done will require the kind of experience and leadership that comes from years of success corralling bipartisan support for numerous issues," Biden said in a statement provided to The Associated Press. "I have that experience and...
    on Oct 23, 2007 By: Joe Biden Source: Guardian Unlimited

  2. "By corralling pornography in its own domain, our bill provides parents with the ability to create a 'do not enter zone' for their kids," Pryor said in a statement.
    on Mar 20, 2006 By: Mark Pryor Source: ZDNet UK

  3. "It's hard finding him because he's a diminutive guy," Childress said, "but it's also hard corralling him."
    on Jan 1, 2009 By: Brad Childress Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

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