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A person, group, or thing that has influence
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  1. A person, group, or thing that has influence
  2. A person who exerts such power:
  3. The action or effect of such power
A means or instrument of restraining
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  1. A means or instrument of restraining
  2. The condition of being restrained, especially the condition of losing one's freedom:
  3. An influence that inhibits or restrains:
Power or strength. Power or strength.
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  1. Power or strength. Power or strength.
  2. The capacity to do work or cause physical change; energy, strength, or active power:
  3. The power to control, persuade, influence, etc.; effectiveness
A crushing embrace, as in wrestling.
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  1. A crushing embrace, as in wrestling.
  2. A bear's squeeze
  3. A tight clasp or hold with the arms, as in wrestling
A metal bar attached to the ribbon of a military decoration to show a subsequent award of the same medal or to specify the type or place of service
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  1. A metal bar attached to the ribbon of a military decoration to show a subsequent award of the same medal or to specify the type or place of service
  2. A fastener or holder, particularly one that clasps.
  3. An embrace or hug.
  1. The grasping of hands by two people when greeting or leave-taking
  2. The grasping of hands by two people, as in greeting or leave-taking.
  3. A gripping and shaking of each other's hand in greeting, farewell, agreement, etc.
To hold tightly with the arms or hands; grasp firmly; embrace
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  1. To hold tightly with the arms or hands; grasp firmly; embrace
  2. To hold in a tight embrace.
  3. To fasten with or as if with a clasp.
To cause pain or discomfort to (a part of the body) by pressing or being too tight:
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  1. To cause pain or discomfort to (a part of the body) by pressing or being too tight:
  2. To squeeze (something) between the thumb and a finger, the jaws of a tool, or other edges.
  3. To press, squeeze, or bind painfully:
To grasp and hold tightly:
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  1. To grasp and hold tightly:
  2. To grasp or hold eagerly or tightly
  3. To engage the clutch of an automobile, etc.
To encode (digital data) so that it can be stored or transmitted in significantly fewer bits
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  1. To encode (digital data) so that it can be stored or transmitted in significantly fewer bits
  2. To press together:
  3. (Computers) To encode (data) to minimize the space required for storage or transmittal:
(Informal) To add power, vigor, energy, etc. or interest, excitement, etc. to
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  1. (Informal) To add power, vigor, energy, etc. or interest, excitement, etc. to
  2. (Slang) To drink alcoholic beverages, esp. to excess
  3. To extract juice from
To draw or squeeze milk from the mammary glands of (a cow, etc.)
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  1. To draw or squeeze milk from the mammary glands of (a cow, etc.)
  2. To extract juice, sap, venom, etc. from
  3. To press out, drain off, or remove (a liquid):
To extract (juice, for example) by squeezing or compressing.
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  1. To extract (juice, for example) by squeezing or compressing.
  2. To extract juice, etc. from by squeezing
  3. To squeeze the juice or other contents from:
To consolidate; combine.
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  1. To consolidate; combine.
  2. To be capable of being pressed tightly together or to become so pressed:
  3. To press or join firmly together:
(Computers) To encode (data) to minimize the space required for storage or transmittal:
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  1. (Computers) To encode (data) to minimize the space required for storage or transmittal:
  2. To press together:
  3. To encode (digital data) so that it can be stored or transmitted in significantly fewer bits
To hold in; limit; restrict
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  1. To hold in; limit; restrict
  2. To become constricted.
  3. To make smaller or narrower, esp. at one place, by binding, squeezing, or shrinking; contract
(Rare) To cause to contract, constrict, or shrink
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  1. (Rare) To cause to contract, constrict, or shrink
To take hold of; to grasp; to grab tightly.
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  1. To take hold of; to grasp; to grab tightly.
  2. To hold tightly with the arms or hands; grasp firmly; embrace
  3. To hold in a tight embrace.
(Law) To try illegally to influence or instruct (a jury)
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  1. (Law) To try illegally to influence or instruct (a jury)
  2. To clasp in the arms with affection; to take in the arms; to hug.
  3. To clasp or hold close with the arms, usually as an expression of affection.
To cover with or as if with folds; envelop.
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  1. To cover with or as if with folds; envelop.
  2. To fold something around; to envelop
  3. To hold within limits; enclose.
To keep from falling or moving; support:
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  1. To keep from falling or moving; support:
  2. To maintain a desired or accustomed position or condition:
  3. To stop the movement or progress of:
To put the arms around and hold closely; esp., to embrace tightly and affectionately
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  1. To put the arms around and hold closely; esp., to embrace tightly and affectionately
  2. To clasp or hold closely, especially in the arms, as in affection; embrace.
  3. (Figuratively) To hold fast; to cling to; to cherish.
To move by applying pressure:
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  1. To move by applying pressure:
  2. (Basketball) To employ a press.
  3. To insist upon or put forward insistently:
To settle (an argument, bargain, etc.) definitely
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  1. To settle (an argument, bargain, etc.) definitely
  2. To be held together securely.
  3. (Sports) To hold a boxing opponent's body with one or both arms to prevent or hinder punches.
To embrace; cherish
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  1. To embrace; cherish
  2. To conceal in the bosom; hide
To cut (an item) out of (a newspaper, magazine, etc.)
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  1. To cut (an item) out of (a newspaper, magazine, etc.)
  2. To enunciate with clarity and precision:
  3. To fasten with or as if with a clip; hold tightly.
To enclose protectively; surround; shelter
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  1. To enclose protectively; surround; shelter
  2. (Archaic) To take to one's bosom; embrace; cherish
  3. (Archaic) To clasp to or hold in the bosom.
To proceed or move by crowding or pressing:
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  1. To proceed or move by crowding or pressing:
  2. To press forward; crowd (into, against, etc.)
  3. To press between opposing bodies so as to break, compress, or injure:
To set forth in words; state:
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  1. To set forth in words; state:
  2. To press or squeeze out.
  3. By express
To move by applying pressure:
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  1. To move by applying pressure:
  2. To insist upon or put forward insistently:
  3. (Basketball) To employ a press.
To inflict (vengeance or punishment, for example).
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  1. To inflict (vengeance or punishment, for example).
  2. To force the payment or yielding of; extort:
  3. To demand and get by authority or force; insist on
To obtain (something) by the criminal offense of extortion.
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  1. To obtain (something) by the criminal offense of extortion.
  2. To wrongfully take something of value from another by the threat of force or other coercive measure. To wrongfully take something of value from another by the threat of force or other coercive measure.
  3. To get (money, etc.) from someone by violence, threats, misuse of authority, etc.; exact or wrest (from)
To pull or tug (at something) with a wrenching movement
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  1. To pull or tug (at something) with a wrenching movement
  2. To give a twist, turn, or pull:
  3. To distort, strain, or give a false interpretation of (a meaning, statement, etc.)
To turn or twist; esp., to pull or force away violently with a twisting motion
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  1. To turn or twist; esp., to pull or force away violently with a twisting motion
  2. To take possession of forcefully; seize or usurp:
  3. To distort or change the true meaning, purpose, use, etc. of; pervert; twist
To obtain or extract by applying force or pressure:
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  1. To obtain or extract by applying force or pressure:
  2. To get or extract by force, threats, persistence, etc.; extort
  3. To twist, squeeze, or compress, especially so as to extract liquid. Often used with out :
  1. To search exhaustively.
  2. To subject something to a shakedown test.
  3. (By extension) To get money from someone using threats.
The degree to which a substance has decreased in size (in volume, length, or some other dimension) after being or while being subject to stress.
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  1. The degree to which a substance has decreased in size (in volume, length, or some other dimension) after being or while being subject to stress.
  2. The process by which the working substance in a heat engine, such as the vapor mixture in the cylinder of an internal-combustion engine, is compressed.
  3. The re-encoding of data (usually the binary data used by computers) into a form that uses fewer bits of information than the original data. Compression is often used to speed the transmission of data such as text or visual images, or to minimize the memory resources needed to store such data.
A feeling of tightness or pressure:
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  1. A feeling of tightness or pressure:
  2. A feeling of tightness or pressure, as in the chest
  3. A compression
A metal bar attached to the ribbon of a military decoration to show a subsequent award of the same medal or to specify the type or place of service
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  1. A metal bar attached to the ribbon of a military decoration to show a subsequent award of the same medal or to specify the type or place of service
  2. A fastener or holder, particularly one that clasps.
  3. An embrace or hug.
Hug (noun); putting arms around someone.
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  1. Hug (noun); putting arms around someone.
  2. An embracing; hug
  3. Eager acceptance:
A bear's squeeze
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  1. A bear's squeeze
  2. A tight clasp or hold with the arms, as in wrestling
  3. A crushing embrace, as in wrestling.
(Sports) An act or instance of clinching in boxing.
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  1. (Sports) An act or instance of clinching in boxing.
  2. Something, such as a clamp, that clinches.
  3. (Slang) An embrace
Find another word for squeeze. In this page you can discover 53 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for squeeze, like: influence, restraint, force, hug, clasp, handshake, clasp, pinch, clutch, compress and juice.