A wrestling hold in which an opponent's wrist is gripped and twisted to immobilize the opponent.(noun)
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Use "wristlock" in a sentence
"Using a wristlock, I whipped him around and rammed his face against the wall."
"I thought about the pros and cons of releasing the wristlock."
"We get to a kind of stalemate on the old wrestling when I have him in a wristlock and then we end up kissing again."