What does the word jostle mean?

Usage examples for jostle

  1. The English are the conquerors of the world, and its great colonizers; with a vast capital in which wealth and misery jostle each other on the streets; a hideous conglomeration of buildings and monuments, without form and void, very much as old Rome must have been under the Caesars, enormous buildings without taste, and enormous wealth. – Worldly Ways and Byways by Eliot Gregory
  2. You jostle them at every corner. – The Return by Walter de la Mare