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verb as in bump, elbow

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There’s no doubt that nudge has been a really strong rib breaker this time.

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She paused at one point due to the pain, and handler Red Eldridge nudged her to keep moving.

It begins with me being nudged awake by a waxy moon spilling silver-white light through the window as I sucked my thumb.

Both Rand Paul and Mike Lee gently nudged the conversation in the direction of “what next.”

He nudged with a foot at a busted-out bucket, moving easier now, down the slope—more old gear in the grass.

In the previous Qpoll, DeBlasio had nudged into a one-point lead over Quinn at 26-25.

And when Joseph didn't answer, the driver nudged the guard who rode beside him.

Summers started back suddenly and nudged the novelist's arm without a word.

So full was she with plans for the books that she did not hear steps behind her and at her side until Sue Greyson nudged her.

Men nudged their neighbours; some looked frightened and some grinned at the treasonable words.

I was nudged by the Sahoukar, who, whispering, implored me to ask Cheetoo to accept their nuzzur.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nudged, such as: poke, tap, shove, dig, punch, and touch.

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