jostle

[ jos-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF jostle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JOSTLE

And working men may keep the wall, and jostle prince and peer.

Well; we, in trifling with this jingling toy, have had the ill-luck to jostle and fall out.

I have little fancy for the whirl of society, and none for the jostle of politics.

Your roads in life are so numerous and so varied, that you need not jostle.

Let us not jostle and crowd each other too harshly, while we are en route.

I wish you would row as carefully as you can, Neddie, so as not to jostle them much.

Some folk will answer that life itself settles all that, with its jostle and bustle.

Singularly, the circle parted right and left in a jostle and a scramble.

He did not seem to wear well with the people in the daily run and jostle of life.

There she happened to jostle a lieutenant, who, not recognising her, ventured on a protest.

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