Thesaurus / squeeze

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The simple, five-position knob allows you to adjust the squeeze pressure, and the unit comes with two different screens, coarse and fine.
My research has shown that there is more to marriage trafficking than the “marriage squeeze” and female scarcity.
Tens of millions of people have lost work, putting a squeeze on finances.
For publishers that have numerous direct relationships with brands, that squeeze hasn’t been all bad.
In China, for example, food inflation has been accelerating in the last couple of months, and a squeeze on imports because of the pandemic is one reason why.
Then Mamie let Maggie squeeze; but she pinched harder than Bessie had done, and hurt it a little.
Like the water which he's going to squeeze out of the wells?
THE YOUNGER SETROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Only, while we are travelling, do be careful not to squeeze too tightly; it rumples her stock.
AMY IN ACADIAHELEN LEAH REED
Squeeze out the amount needed and store the lemon in the ice-box.
FOODS THAT WILL WIN THE WAR AND HOW TO COOK THEM (1918)C. HOUSTON GOUDISS AND ALBERTA M. GOUDISS
This is pressed, to squeeze all the water out, and is left to dry.

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