push (n.)
attack, assault, thrust
JC V.ii.5[Brutus to Messala, of the enemy] sudden push gives them the overthrow
MA V.i.38[Leonato to Antonio, of philosophers] they have ... made a push at chance and sufferance [or: scoff]
TC II.ii.138[Paris to all] What propugnation is in one man's valour / To stand the push and enmity of those / This quarrel would excite?
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