from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which shoves.
- noun A pole with which the mouth of the tunnel of a flshpound is opened and closed.
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- noun Person who
shoves; a pusher.
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- noun someone who pushes
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For the merle and the mavis have joined with the "shover"
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, April 1, 1914 Various 1898
What about the man in the street, the railway guard, the 'bus conductor, the "shover," the humbler clerks, and their womenfolk, who are patrons of the gallery; will they get beyond one visit?
Our Stage and Its Critics By "E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette" Edward Fordham Spence 1896
Which is to say I, along with the rest of us, am a shover of policy to make points?, and ignorant of other cultures.
Department of Greenwashing: Ceci La Luna lambrusco | Dr Vino's wine blog 2009
But I then discovered it takes about two and a half hours to shover my driveway properly after a moderately heavy snowstorm, so I quickly said screw that.
They run stories about how "racist" the Tea party is but then fail to run any stories on how "racist" the health care program that is being shover down the throats of Americans is.
Also, I'm calling unnecessarily harsh on BSNYC's review of that critical mass cop shover.
The High Road: Working Your Way Up BikeSnobNYC 2010
At least, it certainly leaves the shover with quite a number of options.
Even so, Spring -- quickly come the_mercury 2007
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Debt Relief Services & Debt Relief Programs - Debt Relief Company of America 2009
When you were sixteen, your hair fell out in clumps in the shover.
Also, I'm not normally a train-shover-onner, but I was mighty late this morning as I got lost in a Today show trance for 35 minutes this morning.
Archive 2005-02-01 Michelle Collins 2005
pappajoseph commented on the word shover
A word used to describe the action of bumble bees, humming birds, etc, hovering over a flower in a light shower.
April 22, 2011