wring


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Synonyms for wring

Synonyms for wring

to alter the position of by a sharp, forcible twisting or turning movement

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to obtain by coercion or intimidation

Synonyms for wring

a twisting squeeze

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twist and press out of shape

twist and compress, as if in pain or anguish

obtain by coercion or intimidation

twist, squeeze, or compress in order to extract liquid

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WRING OUT THE SPONGE IS COVERED IN THE AFTER -OPERATIONS PMCS TABLES FOR YOUR M1A2 SEP TANK.
Dean Wring, director of the Wring Group, said that the service received by the Doosan dealer, and performance of newly- purchased DX380LC and DX225LC excavators played a key part in the purchasing decision.
Fortunately, if you leave too much film, the blocks will not wring, or if you have no film at all, the force is weak and unreliable.
Make sure you're wearing long sleeves, gloves, goggles and a faceshield when you wring out the sponge.
The Queen found herself on the front of several Sunday papers, photographed stooping to wring a pheasant's neck.
Muntean/Rosenblum, however, are determined to wring a little substance from this surfeit of style--to uncover some soul in spiffy Banana Republicans and other supremely self-aware young urbanites.
Extensive overhauls of the Tevatron ring's two main detectors--to be completed by early next year--will wring more information from the higher collision rate.
Shoppers looking to wring every last cent of savings out of Black Friday, November 24th -- the day after Thanksgiving and traditionally the biggest, most anticipated shopping day on the calendar - need look no further than www.
If you prefer to drip dry them, wring out all the water first.
Sports moguls continue to wring public money from voters.
Barnekow continued, "We want companies of all sizes to participate in the movement to centralize and standardize their product information and wring costly inefficiencies out of their supply chains.
After you're through cleaning, dip a clean cheesecloth in clean water and wring it almost dry.
volunteers, who, when faced with a problem, don't wring their hands but rather roll up their sleeves
Software reuse allows companies to wring value from existing components, while fostering forward-looking architectures and platforms that enhance the economics of future product offerings.
Every time the public gets outraged over a gang shooting of an innocent victim, politicians wring their hands, make a lot of promises and ultimately do nothing.