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synonyms for pinched

  • bankrupt
  • exhausted
  • impoverished
  • indigent
  • insolvent
  • needy
  • penniless
  • poor
  • poverty-stricken
  • strapped
  • beggared
  • bereft
  • busted
  • dead broke
  • deficient
  • depleted
  • deprived of
  • devoid of
  • dirt poor
  • divested
  • drained
  • empty
  • flat
  • flat broke
  • impecunious
  • in need of
  • lacking
  • moneyless
  • necessitous
  • on the breadline
  • on the rocks
  • penurious
  • played-out
  • stony
  • stripped
  • totaled
  • wiped-out
  • without
  • harassed
  • harrowed
  • peaked
  • sapped
  • starved
  • strained
  • stressed
  • thin
  • tired
  • worn
  • fraught
  • haggard
  • taut
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antonyms for pinched

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  • affluent
  • rich
  • solvent
  • wealthy
  • lucky
  • prosperous
  • secure
  • chubby
  • fat
  • heavy
  • overweight
  • plump
  • thick
  • full
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            How to use pinched in a sentence

            Before the move to Fresno, players could drive from Syracuse to Washington in a pinch.
            NATIONALS HAVE A NEW CLASS AAA AFFILIATE IN ROCHESTER RED WINGSJESSE DOUGHERTYNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
            The Washingtons regularly rotated people back to Virginia or, in a pinch, over the border to New Jersey — a slave state — to reset their time in the capital before six months were up.
            GEORGE WASHINGTON’S 1795 THANKSGIVING CELEBRATED LIBERTY. BUT THE CHEF BEHIND THE FEAST HAD NONE.RAMIN GANESHRAMNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
            Drizzle with olive oil and a pinch of salt, and roast for 30 minutes or until golden and soft.
            EASE INTO WINTER WITH BACKCOUNTRY-APPROVED COMFORT FOODCHRISTINA BERNSTEINNOVEMBER 12, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
            Each vendor’s particular snail broth recipe is strictly guarded, with a pinch of this or that to set each seller apart.
            FIVE MUST-TRY DISHES IN CASABLANCA, MOROCCOAMANDA PONZIO-MOUTTAKINOVEMBER 11, 2020EATER
            If you prefer spicy kick, add a pinch more cayenne or mince a seeded jalapeño and stir it into the mixture before baking.
            THIS SHEET-PAN CORNBREAD DRESSING HAS EVEN MORE OF THE CRISPY, CRUNCHY BITS WE LOVEANN MALONEYNOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
            Add the torn bread pieces to the bowl, tossing with the remaining 1 tablespoon of oil and a generous pinch of salt.
            HARISSA-GLAZED TURKEY LEGS WITH SWEET POTATOES DELIVER BIG FLAVOR ON A BUDGETBECKY KRYSTALNOVEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
            A polyester tarp on a hard, flat surface also works in a pinch.
            JESSIE DIGGINS'S KILLER 8-MINUTE CORE WORKOUTHAYDEN CARPENTEROCTOBER 30, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
            Of course, one should take the claims made about schemes like Made in China 2025 with a pinch of salt.
            AMERICA’S TECHNOLOGICAL LEADERSHIP IS AT STAKE IN THIS ELECTIONGIDEON LICHFIELDOCTOBER 29, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
            The waist, now less pinched in at the middle, looked longer without being really so.
            ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
            As the tube is removed, it should be pinched between the fingers so as to save any fluid that may be in it.
            A MANUAL OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSISJAMES CAMPBELL TODD
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            WORDS RELATED TO PINCHED

            • airless
            • confined
            • cramped
            • enclosed
            • limited
            • narrow
            • oppressive
            • packed
            • pinched
            • tight
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