- n someone who is easily taken advantage of
- n any undertaking that is easy to do
- India is no pushover either (try suggesting in New Delhi that outsiders might usefully broker a deal with Pakistan about Kashmir, the disputed territory over which the two .
- But Swift is no pushover.
- Too timid and you're a pushover.
- Brad Hoover in Gaston Gazette
We played New Zealand last year and ought to have had a pushover try awarded while Simon Webster went over near the end to show what we can do in what was probably the best home nations performance against them on that tour. Also, as a member of... Allister Hogg http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allister_Hogg&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF2vLFDtJ6CmgF7ZlcYN27zPIALog Scotsman http://www.google.com/url?q=http://sport.scotsman.com/rugby.cfm%3Fid%3D1507032007&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHfKjtuXX1FtXxlKR9hEVarUYUL_Q Sep 20, 2007
79212 106655 pushover Naturally I think you want to think that we have three possible games we can win, but you still have to show up and play," said Hoover. "There are no pushover teams in this league. I think if we play to our capability we should be back to...