Definition of Squeezers

1. Noun. (plural of squeezer) ¹



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Definition of Squeezers

1. squeezer [n] - See also: squeezer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squeezers

squeeze box
squeeze by
squeeze for
squeeze in
squeeze into
squeeze out
squeeze play
squeeze plays
squeeze up
squeezebox
squeezeboxes
squeezed
squeezed in
squeezed out
squeezer
squeezers (current term)
squeezes
squeezes in
squeezes out
squeezest
squeezeth
squeezier
squeezing
squeezing in
squeezing out
squeezy
squeg
squegged
squegger
squeggers

Literary usage of Squeezers

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1. Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in by Edward William Cox (1855)
"He brought the sledgehammer in this manner, and put it between the jaws of the squeezers, the engine being then in motion. There is a sort of step in the ..."

2. The Manufacture of Iron, in All Its Various Branches: Including a by Frederick Overman (1854)
"squeezers, or machines which condense a ball by pressure, ... From experiments made, it is evident that good squeezers work as well as the best hammers. ..."

3. The Metallurgy of Iron: By Thomas Turner... Being One of a Series of by Thomas Turner, William Chandler Roberts-Austen (1908)
"Though squeezers appear at first sight to have many advantages over hammers, particularly on account of their even and quiet action, they do not seem to ..."

4. Treatise on Mills and Millwork by William Fairbairn (1871)
"... and heating furnaces is quite sufficient to raise the steam for working the rolls and one of Brown's bloom squeezers, as shown in the preceding drawing. ..."

5. The Metallurgy of Iron and Steel: Theoretical and Practical: in All Its by Henry Stafford Osborn (1869)
"squeezers, or machines which condense a ball by pressure, ... From experiments made, it is evident that good squeezers work as well as the best hammers. ..."

6. Treatise on Mills and Millwork by William Fairbairn (1865)
"... raise the steam for working the rolls and one of Brown's bloom squeezers, as shown in the preceding drawing:— In this arrangement, the cylinder A (fig. ..."

7. The Manufacture of Iron, in All Its Various Branches by Frederick Overman (1850)
"squeezers, or machines which condense a ball by pressure, ... From experiments made, it is evident that good squeezers work as well as the best hammers. ..."

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