Definition of Jostled:
And there were those between whom bitterness had been growing that smiled upon each other to- day, as they jostled burdens on the path; for every one carried something, even the children, who stumbled by reason of their very importance.- "The Widow O'Callaghan's Boys", Gulielma Zollinger.
" He's a minister," said Ester, positively, to herself, when she had recovered from her confusion sufficiently to observe him closely, as he carefully folded the old woman's shawl for her, took her box and basket in his care, and courteously offered his hand to assist her into the cars for the New York train thundered in at last, and Mr. Newton presented himself; and they rushed and jostled each other out of the depot and into the train.- "Ester Ried", Pansy (aka. Isabella M. Alden).
- "The U.P. Trail", Zane Grey.