Tuesday , 23 July 2024

Jostle meaning

Verb: jostle

Pronunciation: (jo-sul)

Jostle meaning: 

  • Come into a very rough contact with while moving.
  • To make one’s way by pushing and shoving.
  • The passengers jostled each other in the overcrowded train to find a seat.
  • We had a neighbor helping take care of the kids, and we just kind of jostled it. I called 24 hours a day to see how everyone was.
  • There’s a lot of jostling and work that goes on here. If you’re not in Toronto you should have a pretty good reason.
  • It’s going to be difficult to make a major trade because so many teams are jostling for playoff position and they’re not going to be willing to part with anything without you giving up a lot.
  • Those places are extremely popular and great for kids. The kids don’t jostle around with adults or have people casting over them. Parents are just really tickled to death about those places.
  • It’s all about playing in the heat of the battle. You can do well in a major but you can jostle through and avoid the real pressure. To be in there leading, going home Friday and Saturday with the lead, it’s a different ball game. We’ll find out about Luke. On paper he’s got the lot, but I honestly feel there are very few who would jump straight in without doing your time out there. Most past champions have all had seven to 10 years of paying their dues. It’s like any major profession, like qualifying as a doctor.
  • I don’t think any time you run into your teammate it can be too positive. But maybe it did jostle something loose.
  • I suddenly found my articulate self in a dazzling land of smiling, jostling people wearing and not wearing all sorts of costumes and doing all sorts of clever things.
  • The practice of physic is jostled by quacks on the one side, and by science on the other.
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