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the act of jostling (forcing your way by pushing)

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make one's way by jostling, pushing, or shoving

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come into rough contact with while moving

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The court was told that she was heard to shout: "I'm 32 and nobody's pushing me" as fans jostled to get a good view of Minaj on stage at Balado, near Kinross, in July.
Summary: Hundreds of people have jostled and fought with each other in the capital of Haiti as an attempt to distribute aid got out of control.
As opposing players jostled the England international, he had a petulant kick at Delap.
A WOMAN had her purse stolen after she was jostled by a gang of youths in a Huddersfield market.
He was jostled and punched to the head and he handed over pounds 20.
He then climbed into the simulator, which rattled like a roller coaster and jostled its riders as it dislodged fake furniture.
Insects jostled each other fiercely for the highest-protein choices.
As people are forced to manoeuvre around the traders, it creates a number of bottlenecks along the street, resulting in shoppers being jostled about.
They balk at the idea that God continues to be present in the Catholic Church in the same manner when their own sense of decorum has been jostled.
But the court heard it was anything but when Cowan and mortgage consultant Rowan Gregory, 25, jostled for position during a free kick.
It comes after fears of a kidnap plot and incidents where Charlotte was jostled in public.
An attempt to suggest an answer to this vital question soon became jostled by a reminder that politics are complex.
Bruce saw his keeper Maik Taylor jostled by both Duncan Ferguson and Alan Stubbs before the ball dropped invitingly for Rooney to lash home his third goal in four games to ensure Everton's 1-0 win at Goodison Park.
Crowds jostled to stroke his neck wherever he appeared and some even stole hair from his tail as a memento.