jostle


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jostle someone around

to push or knock someone around. Please don't jostle me around. Don't jostle around everyone!
See also: around, jostle

jostle someone aside

to push or nudge someone aside. Poor little Timmy was jostled aside by the crowd every time he got near the entrance. The big kids jostled aside all the little ones.
See also: aside, jostle

jostle with someone

to struggle with someone. Andy jostled with Fred for access to the door. Timmy and Bobby jostled with one another while they were waiting to get in.
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Servis has 25 horses in his barn and, although Jostle is the star, the trainer believes he has a two-year-old filly, Zonk, who could become a Breeders' Cup contender.
Secret Status had won the Grade 1 Mother Goose Stakes, while Jostle had then taken the Coaching Club American Oaks.
Jostle had finished second to Secret Status in the Grade 1 Mother Goose Stakes at Belmont, but Servis said: "The pace made all the difference in this race.
I had the other fillies measured turning for home," said Day, "but once we straightened, she didn't seem too concerned about putting Jostle away.
Her slow deliberations, inscribed as they are on empty expanses of paper, take uneasy position within the throng and jostle, where intimacy comes protected by the thick prophylactics of in-talk and irony.
Matterhorn Bobsleds (Disneyland) The park's first roller coaster ride, it still feels as if it's a throwback to another era - you bump and jostle around that giant faux mountain, with nary a shock absorber in evidence.
When the waves reach roughly 200 km above the ground, they jostle the ionosphere.
2) Age of Wonders is based in a complex fantasy world where a dozen different races jostle for control.
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Referees have been instructed to initially give a verbal warning to players who are using their arms illegally to hold, push, jostle for position.
Our ability to hear is made possible by way of a Rube Goldberg-style process in which sound vibrations entering the ear shake and jostle a successive chain of structures until, lo and behold, they are converted into electrical signals that can be interpreted by the brain.
The success of the Hamburg Triennial has meant that temporarily rented-out shop units, commercial firms, private galleries, schools, parks and theatres, now jostle to present themes initiated by interior designers, musicians, landscape architects, engineers, artists, photographers, socio-pedagogic groups and students, alongside the academically curated exhibitions in public museums.
It is one of the city's landmark sights, a bustling thoroughfare where flower stalls and performance artists jostle for space.
Fashion shoots jostle with sepia photographs of city streets, media reports lapse into fictive accounts, and rules concerning a competition for urban planning in Berlin are juxtaposed with a drawing from Art Spiegelman's Maus and a '60s lighting advertisement.
Interpreting the jostle as a challenge, Weiland immediately announced "you___, do you think you can lick me?