The resulting jostle of competing versions marks him more than any other poet, even Auden.
the jostle of shoppers
The unpretentious, butter-hued dining room is calm then - underpopulated, even, compared to the Darwinian bray and jostle of jampacked evenings.
The construction workers wear soft eyes that soak up the morning sun, and the janitors have attentive ears that listen to the jostle of walking mobs.
She tried to walk as quickly as possible without jostling the patient.
The room filled with nurses and doctors and I was jostled back into the hallway.
On it, you're constantly jostled , poked, elbowed and stepped on by your boogieing neighbours.
They never left her side all the time she was recuperating and they never bumped or jostled her.
In a competitive market where hundreds of brand names jostle for attention, several are emerging as the next big thing.
I was jostled , tugged along as if all these people were a tide.