Crushing [verb]

Definition of Crushing:

compress, smash

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Sentence/Example of Crushing:

Because there’s such an enormous crush of ads in Georgia, it’s hard to keep track of all the messaging.

Foldable designs with included travel cases are another portable design feature that enables headphones to survive crushes and drops when you’re on the go, but they also free up space in your bag while ensuring that you always know where they are.

The following Christmas came amid a crush of Lands’ End catalogues.

For example, lots of merchants and retailers began releasing their deals a lot earlier than usual, hoping that getting orders in earlier might help them avoid potential fulfillment problems caused by a crush of online orders.

At one point she was sure she would pass out, and she was worried no ambulance would come for her in time because of the crush of calls in the city.

As the virus spreads and millions of Americans feel the crush of financial hardship, Congress has for months faced calls to fund another round of emergency relief.

With breaking shall the earth be broken, with crushing shall the earth be crushed, with trembling shall the earth be moved.

That's the crushing kind of repertoire he gives his pupils—so exhaustive and complete in every department.

On him, and on him alone, falls the crushing onus of responsibility: to be a Corps Commander is child's play in that comparison.

A crushing machine, now called "quartz-crusher," also formed part of this additional order.