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boost a lift or push to a higher position. [1/5 definitions]
butt3 to hit or push with the head or horns.
crowd to press, push, or pack tightly together. [1/5 definitions]
drive to cause to move by force; push. [2/11 definitions]
dunk to push forcefully through a basketball hoop from above. [1/2 definitions]
elbow to push at or away, with or as with one's elbow. [1/3 definitions]
exert to push into effort or action; strain. [1/2 definitions]
heave to push up or out with great effort. [1/6 definitions]
huddle to move close together or push in against one another when sharing something such as heat. [1/5 definitions]
hustle to push or shove in a crowd. [1/4 definitions]
jam1 to push suddenly and with force. [1/8 definitions]
jog1 to give a little push or shake; nudge. [1/4 definitions]
jostle to push, crowd, or bump into on purpose. [1/2 definitions]
knee to hit, push, or touch with the knee. [1/3 definitions]
locomotive an engine that moves by its own power. It is used to pull or push railroad cars.
nudge to push gently or touch with the elbow to attract attention. [2 definitions]
nuzzle to touch, push, or rub the nose against.
poke to push or jab with a thin or sharp object. [1/6 definitions]
pout1 to show unhappy feelings with an expression of the face. When children pout, they often push out their lips.
press1 to push or force in a particular direction. [1/10 definitions]
propel to cause to move forward; thrust, push, or drive.