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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of elbow.
- adj. Having bends or corners.
- adj. Having some specific type of elbow
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Supplied with or shaped like an elbow; specifically, in entomology, turning at an angle; kneed; geniculate: as, elbowed antennæ; elbowed marks.
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NBC's adaptation of the book/film of the same name elbowed its way among the urban cop dramas and upscale family shows four seasons ago, offering Dillon,
Security video shows that Chaka "attempted to go after S1" but was "prevented by people between them," one of whom "elbowed" her by accident, cutting her lip, the report says.
Just seven months ago, Ralph Lauren and David Geffen "elbowed" each other to secure a $500,000, non-transferable spot on the waiting list for GM's $60 million Gulfstream G650 (release date: 2012).
A mile and a half two and a half kilometers underwater, a remote control submersible's camera has captured an eerie surprise: an alien-like, long-armed, and—strangest of all—"elbowed" Magnapinna squid.
And I think that he had kind of elbowed his way into things.
I was also the biggest kid on this side, so when he came over and starting shaking hands, I sort -- I'm embarrassed to say this, but I kind of elbowed the others out of the way to make sure -- (laughter) -- to make sure if he only shook three hands, and least I get to shake his hand.
"We have now had the time to review the video footage of the incident where Roger Johnson was 'elbowed' in the throat by Claude Davis in our match at Crystal Palace on Saturday," said Ridsdale in a statement.
"Dwain kind of elbowed me and I reacted and that's when I hit him in the side of the cheek,"
The "elbowed" squid was visiting the Perdido drilling site in the Gulf of Mexico.
"elbowed" the sleeves and "cut out" the neck of her ungainly calico gown in a vain attempt to make it look "American."