Bankers, farmers, sailors, cotton-planters, brokers, merchants, watermen, magistrates, elbowed
each other in the most free-and-easy way.
And Edna, bullied and elbowed
and shoved about, clinging desperately to her basket and seeking a dressing room, took note of it all.
Saxon clung to Billy, who slowly and methodically elbowed
and shouldered a way for her.
Sikes, dragging Oliver after him, elbowed
his way through the thickest of the crowd, and bestowed very little attention on the numerous sights and sounds, which so astonished the boy.
Having had a good look at his man, McMurdo elbowed
his way forward with his usual careless audacity, and pushed himself through the little group of courtiers who were fawning upon the powerful boss, laughing uproariously at the smallest of his jokes.