shove[ shuhv ]SEE DEFINITION OF shove
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHOVE
He then told me to shove off, which I did without waiting for a second order.
With one shove the zinc-worker made his way through the crowd.
For a while, it was kick backwards, then a shove at the safe.
Well, shove in quinine, and keep him quiet, with hot bottles to his feet.
Edward tumbled into the bottom of the boat, gasping, "Shove her off!"
We must (p. 032) learn to screw, to wheel, to shove and to rush.
I've promised the Chief we'll be ready to shove off in two hours.
The words penetrated just as he was about to shove once more.
I 'm thinking we can't do better than shove him ashore on the island yonder.
When you see me drop into her all of a sudden, shove off and pull for dear life.