shove


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Synonyms for shove

shove off

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Synonyms for shove

to force to move or advance with or as if with blows or pressure

to cause to stick out

to do or achieve by forcing obstacles out of one's way

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to force one's way into a place or situation

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an act or instance of using force so as to propel ahead

Synonyms for shove

the act of shoving (giving a push to someone or something)

come into rough contact with while moving

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push roughly

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press or force

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Push And Shove, their new album of supercharged rock, dancehall and electronic pop, will be released on September 25.
Shove was born March 2, 1920, in Salem to George and Melba McAllister Guerne.
Harringay, where the Pall Mall was run until 1987, put up a pounds 500 purse for the inaugural running, which the 7-4 favourite Shove Halfpenny won by a head from Grand Flight II after being baulked at the first bend.
"Then push came to shove. He had a lot of eye surgery and I needed a second job, and it was either flinging burgers or playing music.
Westbrook drew a foul from Dunn, shoves were exchanged and soon both teams were scuffling near the Thunder bench.
desperately trying to shove the PUNISHED: Alicia disciplines Jacob
"If you do, then I will shove it back up again." Great.
Summary: Gwen Stefani's band No Doubt have released a sneak peak of their new single from their forthcoming album 'Push and Shove'.
Before a flight, don't take the card-also called the user data module (UDM) NSN 584 I-01-201-8645--and just shove it into the box.
He said: 'The United fans were trying to hammer me and get on my back and I wanted to shove it down their mouths.
Think of Sara Rudner in The Catherine Wheel (1981), Shelley Washington in Nine Sinatra Songs (1982), Baryshnikov in Push Comes to Shove (1976), every dancer in In the Upper Room (1986), Kevin O'Day in Everlast (1989), Damian Woetzel in The Beethoven's Seventh (2000), and now John Selya and Keith Roberts in Surfer.
If push comes to shove in the high school hallway, don't count on an apology and handshake to end the matter.
"If I had my way, we'd shove these people off the face of the earth," he told The Charlotte Observer newspaper.
For another, for a given force -- or shove -- the effect is smaller.
Hillary's theory is that we are oppressed by drug companies and heartless insurance executives, and that her plan to shove everyone into regulated co-ops will allow us to bargain down the money-changers with tough spending caps.