One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he nudged Ben in the ribs’
poke, elbow, dig, prod, jog, jab, butt
2‘the canoe nudged a bank of reeds’
touch, bump, bump against, push, push against, run into
3‘enthusiastic reviewers have been known to nudge recalcitrant publishers into action’
prompt, encourage, coax, stimulate, prod, jog
4‘unemployment was nudging 3 million’
approach, come close to, get close to, be verging on, border on, near
1‘Maggie gave him a nudge’
poke, dig in the ribs, dig, prod, jog, jab, butt, push
2‘after a little nudge from me, she remembered Lilian’
reminder, prompt, prompting, push, prod, encouragement
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