When Kroft nudged her about reading the tea leaves, Clinton looked around the room and said there was only water there.
The development of the "responsibility to protect" doctrine in recent times may have nudged the scales a bit further.
She paused at one point due to the pain, and handler Red Eldridge nudged her to keep moving.
He nudged with a foot at a busted-out bucket, moving easier now, down the slope—more old gear in the grass.
Then my husband nudged me, Corby Kummer nudged me, everybody nudged me.
Sennacherib, who sat near Reuben in the music-gallery, nudged him with his elbow.
Then as soon as they were helped they nudged one another and spoke with their mouths full.
He nudged his colleague and drew his attention to the object that had attracted him.
She nudged her companion and drew his attention without speaking.
Barlasch nudged Lisa, indicated his own mouth, and pushed her towards the kitchen.
"to push slightly with the elbow," 1670s, perhaps from Scandinavian (cf. Norwegian nugge, nyggje "to jostle, rub;" Icelandic nugga "to rub, massage"). Related: Nudged; nudging.
"complainer, nagger," 1960s, from Yiddish, from Slavic words meaning "fret, ache," realted to the root of nudnik (q.v.).
"a slight push," 1836, from nudge (v.).
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