- v. transitive Used other than as an idiom: see squeeze, out.
- v. transitive To force a competitor out of one of a limited number of winning positions by taking over that position or a higher one
- v. transitive To obtain a difficult victory in a competition
- v. cause to come out in a squirt
- v. make by laborious and precarious means
- v. force out
- v. obtain with difficulty
- v. form or shape by forcing through an opening
- v. extract (liquid) by squeezing or pressing
“No, Ronyon wasn't going to be along for any sympathy his presence might be able to squeeze out of the ice-rimmed hearts of the Pax conquerors.”
“It’s going to be hard to squeeze out many spare hours until I finish preparing for Ezra’s new trial.””
“They told me Tiptop'd helped those bastards squeeze out of the trap with China's money.”
“Hundred-lire coin in my right jacket pocket for the women attendants, a tug on the handle to flush the loo — I'd tried to squeeze out a drop but every sphincter I possessed was on the gripe — and out, walking with purpose.”
“Ro dug her nails into his butt as he shot his jism into her, bucking back and forth against her pelvis, trying to squeeze out every drop.”
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