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Synonyms for press

Synonyms for press

to act on with a steady pushing force

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to exert pressure

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to extract from by applying pressure

to smooth by applying heat and pressure

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to congregate, as around a person

to put one's arms around affectionately

to impel to action

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to do or achieve by forcing obstacles out of one's way

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to solicit (something) insistently

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journalists and journalism in general

an enormous number of persons gathered together

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the state of demanding notice or attention

the print media responsible for gathering and publishing news in the form of newspapers or magazines

a dense crowd of people

a tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes

clamp to prevent wooden rackets from warping when not in use

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any machine that exerts pressure to form or shape or cut materials or extract liquids or compress solids

a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then smoothly lifted overhead

the act of pressing

force or impel in an indicated direction

to be oppressive or burdensome

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place between two surfaces and apply weight or pressure

crowd closely

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create by pressing

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be urgent

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exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person

press from a plastic

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make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby

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press and smooth with a heated iron

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lift weights

ask for or request earnestly

References in periodicals archive ?
Speaking on the occasion the Deputy Commissioner Abbottabad Captain (R) Aurangzeb Haider Khan pressed upon the government functionaries to make all out efforts for effective implementation of the RTS law so that the much required confidence between the state and citizens is developed.
He pressed upon lawmakers to approve the draft law as soon as possible as it had been thrashed by them long enough.
In the end, he pressed upon the need to bring a state government as soon as possible saying that it's the state government's job not the central government's to distribute power properly in the capital.
No, we must never pity him even when his life was pressed upon by that sign which stands for joy through pain.
The title refers to an e-reader that is pressed upon Robert Dubois, the head of a Parisian publishing house, in the name of efficiency and modernity.
It's all nonsense - something I recall Princess Anne, the sanest member by a mile of the Royals, was once caught saying as yet another bouquet was pressed upon her mother.
The Minister also pressed upon the trainee doctors the importance of customer care which is a prime determinant in health institutions.
The Omega team was asked to install 32 starting blocks but, to its surprise, the tiles had a sand base and not concrete, which could lead to the tiles coming unstuck if they are pressed upon.
LAHORE, June 14 -- Stakeholders took out several demonstrations against low government spending on healthcare this week and pressed upon the authorities to resolve all outstanding issues related to patients and doctors.
They couldn't resist the cash and promises Kraft pressed upon them.
The leopards highlight the saying "a leopard doesn't change its spots", to remind students of one of the symptoms of meningitis - a rash which does not fade when a tumbler is pressed upon it.
Although this is a different situation, the benefits of attacking will be pressed upon the Serbs, who could make great strides towards the semis with a positive result.
Mr Chapman, said: "Given that constituents thought incidents such as youths invading Bebington British Legion might be avoided if already scarce police resources were not diverted t o inner-city areas, I pressed upon him the importance of striking the right balance.
Nevertheless, the admission of guilt and the promise of recompense is a welcome one, although one wonders why the 'further training' lined up for civil servants had not been pressed upon them a little earlier.
Greetings, trusted servants, This Word pressed upon my heart, from God.