from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A machine for pressing moisture from something; especially, a clothes-wringer.
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This was next squeezed through a wringing-machine to rid it of superfluous moisture, then placed under a heavy weight, in the manner of pressing flowers.
Her hand was passed between the rubber rollers of a wringing-machine.
Cricket, is a member, that a wringing-machine be furnished and carried, at the club's expense. "
"But I'll second the motion about the wringing-machine.
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