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adjective as in pressed

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adjective as in rushed

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adverb as in under the gun

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If your toilet paper roll is made entirely with paper that’s already been used at least once, you’ll know you’re not putting additional pressure on forests by purchasing it.

Once her beauty became something people shouted about on the streets, the pressure to stay that thin only glazed over the wound and kept it in place.

As the world becomes hotter, the air pressure around Mount Everest is increasing, according to a new study published in the journal iScience.

He would also have faced some pressure to help the Timberwolves win after a disappointing 2019-20 season.

Retailers also say that consumers’ shift to online purchasing has taken pressure off bricks-and-mortar stores.

The prevailing mood is highly pressured, nervous, and occasionally angry.

He also denies that he pressured her to have an abortion, as she would contend.

He pressured one woman to seek an abortion following their liaison.

Do they feel pressured to participate by people more powerful than they are?

And yet the president declined to take this action two years ago, when he was pressured by major LGBT rights organizations.

Hing-apritahan siya pagpatug-an, He was pressured into revealing the information.

The heavy, Earth-pressured air of the north building whistled out into the desert.

By the time fire boats arrived to spray the Florence with streams of pressured water, the situation was well in hand.

Oil is forced under pressure to all bearings by means of high-pressured duplex-geared pumps.

He realized how much time had passed in the quick pressured dark.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pressured, such as: pushed, rushing, urged, and in a hurry.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.