The correct answer is take by force.
A. take by force
The correct answer is (A) To take by force; to wrench away from person's grasp; to obtain by effort; to pull or force with a great effort or a violent twist. To twist, deflect, or distort.
Wrest comes from Old English wr?stan (to obtain by using strength or violence).
Examples of use:
- He wrested the football away from his opponent.
- It is only with great hardship that one can wrest a living from this land.