Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


She shoved the other letters into my hands and ran upstairs.

She shoved the probationer out into the hall and locked the door behind her.

He recognized K., and, mopping dry a part of the porch, shoved a chair on it.

The bartender winked at Yates as he shoved the decanter over to the newcomer.

I believe they shoved off on us all the things no on else would buy.

He shoved the box back in its place, and came out into the office.

So then we shoved for home, and not feeling very gay, neither.

But this stranger who had roughly shoved against him, had not paused in his rude progress.

I got into the one that was left, and we put half our soldiers in her, and shoved off.

Cautiously he gathered his clothes in a bundle and shoved them out under the tent.