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jostle

  • EN [ ˈdʒɒsl]
  • US [ ˈdʒɑsl]
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English definition

    Noun

  • 1. the act of jostling (forcing your way by pushing)

    Verb

  • 1. make one's way by jostling, pushing, or shoving;

    • "We had to jostle our way to the front of the platform"
  • 2. come into rough contact with while moving;

    • "The passengers jostled each other in the overcrowded train"

Example sentences

  • Messengers who jostle pedestrians on the sidewalk.

  • Now they find themselves caught in the middle as America and Iran jostle for regional dominance.

  • European leaders jostle to be snapped standing next to him.

  • For in the springtime flowers come in crowds , the busy wings of bees jostle each other.

  • Is television the only medium in which vastly dissimilar messages jostle against one another?

  • Don't jostle against me!

  • Pricing is set to get more competitive as banks jostle for business.

  • We had to jostle our way to the front of the platform.

  • Costly productions could wind up cannibalizing each other as they jostle for screens.

  • To push or jostle ( another or others ) with the elbow.

  • They do not jostle each othereach marches straight ahead. They plunge through defenses without breaking ranks.

  • Still, the differences among the auto makers suggest competing technologies will jostle for prominence.

  • An assassin grimly carries his mission through the jostle of a carnival.

  • At the solar surface, convective motions of heated gases jostle the magnetic field line.

  • Big transcontinental enterprises jostle with one another for world markets.

  • However, no, I nodded my head and held up my glaive jostle to him.

  • And just jostle it a little because they are all going to come up one day.

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