shove

  • 41shove it — informal used to express angry dismissal. → shove …

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  • 42shove — v 1. push, propel, move; thrust, pole, stick; drive, trundle, wheel, roll. 2. jostle, jolt, jog, shoulder, bump into, knock against; press forward, make one s way, squeeze through, wedge, elbow, elbow one s way, fight one s way, force one s way;… …

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  • 43shove — 1. verb 1) she shoved him back Syn: push, thrust, propel, drive, force, ram, knock, elbow, shoulder 2) she shoved past him Syn: push (one s way), force one s way …

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  • 44shove — [ʃʌv] verb 1) [I/T] to push someone or something with force 2) [T] informal to move something, or put it somewhere, quickly and carelessly shove noun [C] …

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  • 45shove — [[t]ʃʌv[/t]] v. shoved, shov•ing, n. 1) to propel along 2) to push roughly or rudely; jostle 3) to push 4) phv shove off a) to push a boat from the shore b) to go away; depart 5) an act or instance of shoving • Etymology: bef. 900; (v.) ME… …

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  • 46shove — [OE] Shove was originally a perfectly respectable, neutral verb for ‘push forcefully, thrust’, but over the centuries it has come down in the world, acquiring connotations of rudeness. In common with German schieben and Dutch schuiven it goes… …

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  • 47shove-it — noun A trick where the board is rotated 180 degrees under the riders feet …

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  • 48shove — 1. verb /ʃʌv/ a) To push, especially roughly or with force b) To make an all in bet. 2. noun /ʃʌv/ A rough push …

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  • 49shove — Synonyms and related words: actuate, advance, assault, bear, bear upon, bearing, black market, black marketeer, boost, bootleg, bowl, buck, bull, bulldoze, bump, bump against, bunt, butt, butt against, cram, crowd, dig, drive, driving force,… …

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  • 50Shove it! — expression of dismissal, contempt, etc …

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  • 51shove it! — Australian Slang expression of dismissal, contempt, etc …

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  • 52shove — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. push, hustle; urge, thrust, force; crowd, cram, wedge; shoulder, jostle, jog, jar, elbow, nudge. See impulse. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. jostle, push, push out of one s way, shoulder, jostle, elbow. III… …

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  • 53shove — v Keep (contemptuous rejection). You can take your job andshove it. 1940s …

    Historical dictionary of American slang

  • 54shove — v. n. RG. 148; pret. ‘schef.’ 408 β v. a. Ps. lxi. 5. AS. scufan …

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  • 55shove — ʃʌv n. push, jostle, thrust from behind v. push, thrust from behind …

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  • 56shove —    1. (of a male) to copulate    The common pushing imagery.    2. (the) peremptory dismissal from employment or courtship    No physical ejection or rejection can be assumed …

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  • 57shove v — The Lord is a shoving leopard. (a loving shepherd) …

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  • 58shove — v. a. 1. Push, propel. 2. Jostle, push aside, press against …

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  • 59shove by — Push away …

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  • 60shove it! — Exclam. A dismissive exclamation of anger …

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