crush[ kruhsh ]SEE DEFINITION OF crush
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRUSH
Beneath the car of this Juggernaut we must flout our judgments and crush our affections.
And she seemed about to crush it on the top of the stone balustrade at the edge of the platform.
That's a kind of human feeling you don't want to crush out in a man.
He was daily worse fed, and as the weeks went by was daily less able to crush a foe.
Before, he had looked like a giant; now Wahb felt he could crush him with one paw.
However, he still felt able to crush his unfortunate room-mate.
I will see her, and that when he is not near to crush every loving impulse as it rises.
We have lost (p. 268) the occasion to crush three-fourths of the rebellion.
All tyrants want to crush reason, from the weak king to the weak father.
I thought it was just a crush—that I could take it or leave it, you know—but you are different.