Under pressure my body reacts, preparing me to fight or flee.
Every pressing of books should leave them under pressure at least eight hours.
Napoleon, under pressure from his whole army, did the same thing.
And Mrs. Clyde, under pressure of the argument and the moment, capitulated.
Which he certainly will do, both of his own accord and under pressure from you.
Under pressure, he admitted that he was about to fight a duel for which he had no stomach.
Under pressure the farmers will develop the ability to cooperate.
Under pressure the Jew takes to the pack as the Italian to the pick.
Under pressure from abroad and at home, it appealed for peace.
It is then compressed, cooled while under pressure, and then expanded.