Squeezed [verb]

Definition of Squeezed:

exert pressure on sides, parts of something

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Sentence/Example of Squeezed:

She squeezed past Katy, secured the axe and hung it round her own neck.

If the rock flowed, any air that it trapped would be squeezed to a liquid.

Gervaise, frightened, squeezed up against the door of the hotel.

She took the laundress in her big arms and squeezed her tight.

Gervaise had squeezed up against Goujet, as though to get a better view.

Polly squeezed it sympathetically, and told him how sorry she was for his accident.

Why, he said, there is little to be squeezed out of people who have little.

I have squeezed every penny from my salary that I could spare.

But Murray squeezed his hand warningly, pulled him to the floor.

As it was, he only squeezed his father's hand, and looked bravely up and said: "I'll try, father."