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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of jostle.

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Examples

  • The sailors I know call a jostled box of wet cats “a fine night out.”

    I Has a Karma « Whatever

  • And they are seriously open to being "jostled" and influenced by strong women.

    Professors of Walking

  • I knew I’d stand in four different spots as the photographers yelled out my name and jostled for the best picture.

    Unbearable Lightness

  • Luther's stiessen sich -- "jostled," as Meek renders it.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • "The students were kind of jostled around on the bus," Hale said.

    ajc.com - News

  • A bank worker cycling home was thrown against a wall and died after two cars "jostled" at speeds up to 60mph along a residential road, the Old Bailey heard today.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • On Monday, Cameron leaned across the Despatch Box as he sarcastically offered Brown opposition parliamentary time for part-privatisation of the Post Office, which, it is said, is being "jostled" out of the government's agenda.

    New Statesman

  • Business Secretary Lord Mandelson said he wanted the plan to go ahead before the next election but it was being "jostled" for space in the legislative programme.

    icSolihull

  • A delay in the controversial sell-off, which is opposed by many Labour MPs, had been expected after Lord Mandelson told the Financial Times on Monday that his Postal Services Bill was being "jostled" for space in the legislative programme.

    Mirror.co.uk - News

  • "jostled" for space in the legislative programme this summer.

    Evening Standard - Home

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