pressures[ presh-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF pressures
Synonyms for pressures
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All such outfits have means of regulating the pressures of the gases used.
Suppose he was unable to stand the rigid strains and pressures of a real emergency.
Pressures were such that each of them had to go, whether he or she wanted to or not.
The temperatures and pressures at which such change can be effected.
It has been supposed also that the pressures are partly those of artesian flows.
The proper pace for the movement should be about twelve pressures to the minute.
In the pressures of air—callings, cryings, yearnings made audible.
The daily pressures and exigencies of co-existence are enormous.
Gas at ordinary temperatures and pressures: when compressed, colorl.
Affairs got more and more exasperating and strained under these pressures.