high pressure[ hahy-presh-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF high pressure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIGH PRESSURE
He worked best, or he thought that he worked best, at high pressure.
The value of a high pressure in the water-pipes of a house has been much overestimated.
And, besides, she had in every way for the last three months been living at high pressure.
"Because, it is what they call a high pressure engine," said Forester.
As for Robert, he, of course, was living at high pressure all round.
Watt's brain, working at high pressure, needed a safety valve.
Life in the service was lived at high pressure, and was commonly short.
Men and women are not qualified to run a long, high pressure race.
He also put in air at high pressure and remained submerged for hours.
What would be the result if the boiler was blown off under a high pressure?