Drivers were jostling three abreast on the tight oval track, and then a couple of cars collided.
How many do they include among their jostling, competitive peers?
Instead, Midnight Memories is more like a bunch of aspiring singles jumbled together, jostling for attention.
From the seat behind, Red Dog reaches forward to tap Willie on the shoulder, jostling Gregg awake in the process.
Be prepared for jostling and a few elbows in unexpected places.
"Pressing and jostling are not in my nature;" replied Wolf with a slight shrug of the shoulders.
The stir, the jostling, the squabbling of social life, are all her own.
All the people surged along together, running and jostling one another to keep the priest in sight.
All were pushing and jostling and scratching and howling and fighting.
The streets, though unlighted, were thronged with jostling multitudes.
1540s, justle, "to knock against," formed from jousten (see joust) + frequentative suffix -tle. The usual spelling 17c.-18c. was justle. An earlier meaning of the word was "to have sex with" (c.1400). Meaning "to contend for the best position or place" is from 1610s. Related: Jostled; jostling. As a noun from c.1600.
To pick pockets: a junkie vocation known as ''jostling''/ always looking for cats who were down there jostling (1929+)