press[ pres ]SEE DEFINITION OF press
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRESS
I'm sportively pretending that I can press it back into shape.
His countrymen were the first to press steam into the active service of mankind.
I don't quite know what a press agent is; but I'm sure I never had any.
She'll show up after the paper goes to press, if not sooner.
Crane did not press the point; he understood Porter's motives throughout.
America, to be true to herself, must beware of such false lights, of the press as these.
I dared not press him with more questions; but after an interval he said plainly: "She is not there now."
But she was far too wise to press such arguments in her son's present mood.
Unquestionably the Press has a great deal to do with these epidemics.
Boil the spinach as above, and drain and press it, but do not chop it.