- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of squeeze out.
“I parade my family of perfect belye—the eight trench warriors—in front of her face, and she squeezes out a smile because there is no one in the entire world, not even my older sister, who could ignore their splendor.”
““An American?” she squeezes out as if the words themselves would blemish her.”
“Imperialism piles up untold wealth from the immense superprofits it squeezes out of the millions of colonial workers and peasants.”
“The eagle was destroying the chief bugbear of their existence — the sneaking greeny-yellowy murderer of their kind and eater of their eggs, whose colour and form so harmonises with leaves and thin branches that he constantly evades the sharpest-eyed of them all, and squeezes out their lives and swallows them whole.”
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