- v. push one's way in with one's shoulders
“He joined her on the sofa, taking Jason's place, and put his arm around her shoulder in a too-husbandly fashion.”
“He paused, checking the coordinates of Tolland's ship, and then looked over his shoulder in surprise.”
“She glanced over her shoulder in Short's direction and was surprised because she could see.”
“He swung them over his shoulder in their thong and leather cup harness and, with his best spear that he had kept with him all the time in his hand, they started on the trail for the shamba.”
“The empress was seated in a stall-like chair piled with cushions, her dark hair loosed from its coif and hanging over her shoulder in a heavy, lustrous braid.”
“Partway down a heli-spot had been cleared on a natural shoulder in the hillside.”
“Again I remember riding on his shoulder in the downstairs hall, as he skipped about with me, and of being face to face, on equal terms, with the hall lamp, and of telling Father that when I grew up I was going to be a king, and of Father telling me at once that they hung kings on a sour-apple tree.”
“As this inter-service banter continued, one of the post-docs was able to shoulder in a valid question.”
“She cast the statement over her shoulder in a remarkably level voice and headed quickly toward the private bath that adjoined his room.”
“While Sharon concentrated on wrapping the baling wire around the gate post and the gate, the blaze-faced chestnut hung its head over the gate and nuzzled her shoulder in an overture of friendship.”
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