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pushed

1. mod. pressured; hurried; under pressure from someone or something. Excuse my abruptness. I’m really pushed at the moment.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. Tom is a little pushed and can’t walk very straight.
3. mod. addicted to a drug. (see also push.) He used H. for years before he really got pushed.
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References in classic literature ?
It was pushed aside at the foot, some little distance away from the bedroom door.
My senses reeled; I felt myself falling, and in clutching at the edge of the door for support pushed it shut with a sharp click!
latest sports results pushed to their mobile device in real time.
There are allegations that pushed trains are more likely to derail because the lighter passenger cabs in the front can be pushed off the tracks more easily,'' the state report said.
When conditions dictate, shorter joints can be pushed from shorter pits with different track extension configurations.
With BackWeb's Polite push technology as the delivery method from the Push Application Server, even media-rich content can be pushed to users with no effect on the performance of other network applications such as email and browsing.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued a bulletin stating that debt should be pushed down if "(1) [Target] is to assume the debt of [Holding,] either presently or in a planned transaction in the future; (2) the proceeds of a debt or equity offering of [Target] will be used to retire all or a part of [Holding's] debt; or (3) [Target] guarantees or pledges its assets as collateral for [Holding's] debt.
The catch is always being pushed outward by a spring.
3 Get even with the defender, don't get pushed outside.
My stranger, if pushed to the bottom, would simply have to start over again.
He is being pushed from Pilate to Caiaphas and Herod.
Officials said they believe the system will add protection for trains that use the controversial push-pull method, in which the train is pulled by a locomotive in one direction but pushed by the locomotive in the opposite direction.
OmniCast for Push VOD features an automated distribution system that allows providers to queue up encoded content in advance of a user request and have it automatically pushed at a pre-determined bandwidth level to an edge device without manual intervention.
Elevators: Cars that stop on every floor so the button doesn't have to be pushed to make a stop.