Definition of Squeezing

1. Noun. The act of gripping and pressing firmly. "He gave her cheek a playful squeeze"

Exact synonyms: Squeeze
Generic synonyms: Compressing, Compression
Specialized synonyms: Pinch, Tweak, Expression, Expulsion, Extrusion
Derivative terms: Squeeze, Squeeze, Squeeze



Definition of Squeezing

1. n. The act of pressing; compression; oppression.

Definition of Squeezing

1. Verb. (present participle of squeeze) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Squeezing

1. squeeze [v] - See also: squeeze

Medical Definition of Squeezing

1. 1. The act of pressing; compression; oppression. 2. That which is forced out by pressure; dregs. 3. Same as Squeeze. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squeezing

squeeze plays
squeeze up
squeezebox
squeezeboxes
squeezed
squeezed in
squeezed out
squeezer
squeezers
squeezes
squeezes in
squeezes out
squeezest
squeezeth
squeezier
squeezing (current term)
squeezing in
squeezing out
squeezy
squeg
squegged
squegger
squeggers
squegging
squegs
squelch
squelch circuit
squelched
squelcher
squelchers

Literary usage of Squeezing

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1. Journal by Iron and Steel Institute (1893)
"squeezing Machine.—The gradual displacement of puddled iron by steel has led to squeezing machines receiving less attention of recent years. ..."

2. A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare (1912)
"... squeezing juice on her eye. Kisses her; then Titania wakes. She looks directly at Oberon, then runs into his arms, who is waiting down stage R C. ..."

3. Social Life of the Chinese: With Some Account of the Religious, Governmental by Justus Doolittle (1865)
"squeezing the Ankles.— Imprisonment.—Beheading.—"Cutting into small Pieces" before Decapitation.—Strangulation.—Banishment beyond the Frontiers. ..."

4. Solenoids, Electromagnets and Electromagnetic Windings by Charles Reginald Underhill (1910)
"squeezing A method which is sometimes resorted to in practice, to increase the activity of the winding, is to squeeze the winding longitudinally, ..."

5. Social Life of the Chinese: With Some Account of the Religious, Governmental by Justus Doolittle (1865)
"squeezing the Fingers.—squeezing the Ankles.— Imprisonment.—Beheading.—'•• Cutting into small Pieces" before Decapitation.—Strangulation. ..."

6. Social life of the Chinese by Justus Doolittle (1866)
"squeezing the Ankles.— Imprisonment.—Beheading.—" Cutting into small Pieces" before Decapitation.—Strangulation.—Banishment beyond the Frontiers. ..."

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