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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of press.
- v. contraction of impressed
- adj. Under strain or deprivation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. compacted by ironing
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The label pressed 10,000 copies of the band's full-length 2004 debut "Funeral."
Along with mold, common culprits include second-hand smoke, pet dander, dust mites, emissions from household cleaners and furniture made of certain pressed wood-products, and nitrogen dioxide (a byproduct of indoor fuel-burning appliances).
The students, dressed in pressed navy uniforms, are finishing a freshly prepared lunch that includes organic vegetables.
Martin pressed the heels of his palms against his eyes.
I would like to hear McCain pressed on Afghanistan.
The unanimous Court stated: The argument is again pressed upon us that these cases were wrongly decided.
The head of the United Nations has again pressed Burma's military government to release political prisoners to ensure credibility for its elections next month.
She caught Saxon's free hand, and Saxon felt a small hot coin pressed into it.
But as he waited through his second endless night with his chin pressed against his knees and his arms pressed against the barrels wooden sides, listening to the waves slap against the hold of the smugglers boat that was carrying him to New Orleans, he knew the difference.
With the coin pressed down, turn it towards the “unlocked” icon.
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