Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To squeeze; press; crowd.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb Prov. Eng. & Colloq. U.S. To crowd; to squeeze.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb UK, colloquial To crowd; to squeeze.

Etymologies

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Uncertain.

Examples

  • Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.

    The Ukiah Daily Journal Forum

  • Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.

    The Ukiah Daily Journal Forum

  • Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.

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  • Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.

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  • Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.

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  • Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.

    The Ukiah Daily Journal Forum

  • Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.

    The Ukiah Daily Journal Forum

  • Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.

    The Ukiah Daily Journal Forum

  • Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.

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  • Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.

    The Ukiah Daily Journal Forum

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  • To inconvenience or discomfort a person by pressing against him or her by standing too close.

    May 2, 2009