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Justle, 1) to push, to press, to force: “howsoe'er you have been --d from your senses,” Tp. V, 158. “let not the cloud of sorrow j. it from what it purposed,” LLL V, 2, 758. “where injury of chance puts back leave-taking, --s roughly by all time of pause,” Troil. IV, 4, 36.
2) to shoulder, to cope with, to wrestle, to fight; absol.: “how has he the leisure to be sick in such a --ing time?” H4A IV, 1, 18. Trans.: “I am in case to j. a constable,” Tp. III, 2, 29.
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