oppress[ uh-pres ]SEE DEFINITION OF oppress
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPPRESS
And do they not make use of your own generosity to oppress you?
How you oppress me, my dearest friend, with your politeness!
But I will not oppress you, my dearest friend, with further reflections of this sort.
White Fang knew the law well: to oppress the weak and obey the strong.
The code he learned was to obey the strong and to oppress the weak.
I think that in those days there was a good deal to oppress Peter Blood.
And does he, also, oppress you with his professional knowledge?
"It is the sacred right of the citizen to oppress the oppressor," chimed Jude.
And a knowledge of her danger—he put it that way—began to oppress him.
The tedium of futile undertakings will oppress us from the first moment.