KJV Dictionary Definition: justle


JUS'TLE, v.i. jus'l. See Jostle and Just. To run against; to encounter; to strike against; to clash.

The chariots shall rage in the streets; they shall justle one against another in the broad ways. Nah.2.

JUS'TLE, v.t. jus'l. To push; to drive; to force by rushing against; commonly followed by off or out; as, to justle a thing off the table, or out of its place.