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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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I'm He said: "There was a scuffle between both parties following a lot of jostling in the crowd.
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REFEREES are to crack down on jostling in the penalty area before free kicks and corners Uefa said yesterday in a move which could see more yellow cards shown.
Jostling with one another, the combination of both views explain, in part, the inner workings of the Israeli society as much as they illuminate on the inner tension of Israeli society.
Jostling curvilinear forms appear and juxtapositions of shape, color, and texture become ever more eccentric.
One thing that sets this novel apart is that Raboteau's exploration of identity goes beyond "the black and white of it," beyond the biracial context to the human need for visibility and unconditional love and acceptance--as seen, for example, through Uncle Luscious's jostling for recognition in the face of B.
The millions of jostling tourists pouring in and out of Florence's train station each year not only pay for the upkeep of the city's treasures and hospitality industry, they are the reason so many of its clerks, waiters, and guides speak so many languages.
Live had a lengthy criminal record that included 10 arrests since 1973 and convictions for selling drugs, assault, robbery, criminal possession of a weapon, grand larceny, disorderly conduct, jostling and criminal mischief.
Similar jostling of small stones across the surface of the ground can play a part in healing damaged desert pavements.
There was pushing and jostling, with the Education Minister being reportedly punched on the arm and having water thrown at her.
More than 200 people attended the 90-minute inaugural service, jostling with scores of media who also turned out.
First, second, and third persons are all present, jostled and jostling together, cheek by jowl as it were.
People like looking at each other, jostling with each other's enjoying each other's company.