Jostle (verb)

  1. To push or elbow roughly.
  2. To bump or push against.

Origin:

Middle english, from old english jōstlian, from jōstle, jostling.

Examples:

  1. The crowd jostled as the concert began.
  2. She jostled her way through the crowd.
  3. The passengers jostled for space on the crowded bus.
  4. He jostled the other players on his way to the ball.
  5. I was jostled by a man trying to get past me.
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