Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shove. (verb)
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Use "shoves" in a sentence
"I'm sure that, given time, I'll quit seeing this pretty little nostril screw at all -- but for right now I'm still in [:: shoves nostril towards audience::] "Lookit this cool thing I got on my face!" mode, and I simply can't restrain myself."
"They shook out the bits of bark they called the shoves, and then Hadley’s mother would get to work with the hackle, its iron teeth sticking out of the paddle-shaped board as she stroked and cleaned and separated the fibers into tow cloth, which was good for cleaning out rifle barrels and not much else."
"Frances has heard her name and shoves Ginger off her."