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Shove along   /ʃəv əlˈɔŋ/   Listen
Shove along

verb
1.
Leave; informal or rude.  Synonyms: blow, shove off.  "The children shoved along" , "Blow now!"






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"Shove along" Quotes from Famous Books



... a bit of bad luck yourself?" the stranger said quickly. "Well, you know what it is, just as I do, and you'll know why I want to shove along. Good-bye, mate. You've done a real kind act to me. And see, if I don't get back in time, call him ...
— Colonial Born - A tale of the Queensland bush • G. Firth Scott



Words linked to "Shove along" :   blow, go away, go, shove off, depart



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