Jostle - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- come into rough contact with while moving (syn: shove)
The children were jostleing with each other.
Followers of the president jostled for position in front of the TV cameras.
A thousand thoughts were jostling around inside my mind.
We had to jostle our way to the front of the platform
The passengers jostled each other in the overcrowded train
94% of the butterflies are females, and they jostle for the attention of the few males, who seem reluctant suitors.
present participle: jostling
past tense: jostled
past participle: jostled