- v. idiomatic, intransitive to jump the queue
“The break up of the Gertruydenberg Conference without peace gave a strong push in the same direction.”
“He watched sadly while his unsold stock-in-trade was hauled away for junk, and a bulldozer driven by a blind humanoid began to push in the walls of the building.”
“At an October 2008 rally during the anti-gay marriage push in California Lou Engle stated that Hispanic voters were key to an electoral strategy that would turn California into a "pro-life" state.”
“Roscoe gave Ward a push in the direction of a broken-down half-track.”
“Nobody that has not suffered from such causes can tell the amount of torture that a child of a certain nervous formation undergoes in the mere process of getting accustomed to his body, to the physical forces of life, and to the ways and doings of that world of grown-up people who have taken possession of the earth before him, and are using it, and determined to go on using it, for their own behoof and convenience in spite of his childish efforts to push in his little individuality and seize his little portion of existence.”
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