compressed[ kuhm-prest ]SEE DEFINITION OF compressed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPRESSED
In 1772 Horace Walpole compressed the glories of the place into a few sentences. '
And a package of compressed vegetables and a few bay leaves.
When he had departed, my heart was compressed with terrible grief.
He compressed his lips and shrugged his shoulders, resignedly.
The stem is compressed and villous, often channelled, nearly erect.
"That woman means mischief," thought Charles, and compressed his lips.
Her face, which had been flushed, was now ashy pale, and her lips were compressed.
Paul drew himself up; his lips were compressed, and he smiled.
There was an unusual glint in Mr. Blood's eyes; his lips were compressed.
"I understand," said she, and compressed her lips a little more tightly.