- n. alternative spelling of pressure cooker.
“For many New Yorkers, it's a pressure-cooker: Which party to go to?”
“But in a pressure-cooker final round under mostly sunny skies and in front of massive crowds — 25 deep in most places around the course — Yang became the third player in those 15 majors to shoot a lower round when playing with Woods, who had averaged 69.50 strokes in those head-to-head meetings while his opponents averaged 73.14 before Sunday.”
“This alleviates the pressure-cooker atmosphere that can build up with a young person living at home 24/7, and help prevent a crisis from re-occurring.”
“Thriving, then excelling in pressure-cooker situations, they will do anything to win.”
“In these last pressure-cooker months of high school, some kids will make the all-too-common and all-too-dangerous mistake of drinking and driving.”
“To blow off steam in this pressure-cooker environment, I engaged in massive retail therapy in downtown Torino.”
“Thus, the documentary, Race to Nowhere, by Vicki Abeles was born, furnishing America with a much needed wake-up call about students caught in the pressure-cooker education system.”
“How was the reality TV pressure-cooker situation for you?”
“Craig Gilner, played nearly-flawlessly by Keir Gilchrist, is a kid living in the modern pressure-cooker.”
“After all, there is no greater pressure-cooker than the U.S. executive branch in the midst of two wars, a terrible economic recession and a political landscape more toxic than anything seen in decades.”
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