- v. push one's way
“Kershaw was to push forward with his division; Micah Jenkins, who was chafing in reserve, was to cooperate with Kershaw.13”
“With all plea offers now behind them, Marijane and Ruth had to push forward with another part of their defense.”
“Ardently the men began to push forward and slowly to drive the stubborn, hard-hitting enemy back toward the woods.”
“Now Kuzia Fakan used to ride a horseback and fare forth with her cousin into the open plain and push forward and range at large with him in the word; and they both learnt to smite with swords and spike with spears.”
“Rosecrans seems to have planned the battle with the idea that the enemy would continue passive, remain entirely on the defensive, and that it was necessary only to push forward our left in order to force the evacuation of Murfreesboro '; and notwithstanding the fact that on the afternoon of December 30”
“Coach Graupe said that the team is staying positive and working hard, and it will have to stay focused on its game, instead of its coaching situation, in order to push forward and find success this season.”
“About noon on May 9 he telegraphed Pickett an order to push forward all troops as fast as they arrived from the south in order that they might recover the lost position at Port Walthall Junction and reopen the line to Richmond.”
“Fortunately, however, the Iranians returned to form, threatening to resume enrichment, and after several days, the IAEA adopted another meaningless resolution, allowing us to say with a relatively straight face that Iran would remain under IAEA scrutiny, and that we intended to push forward with a referral to the Security Council at the September BOG.”
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