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Noun(1) a twisting squeeze
Verb(1) twist and press out of shape(2) twist and compress, as if in pain or anguish(3) obtain by coercion or intimidation(4) twist, squeeze, or compress in order to extract liquid
(1) We've become so removed from the reality of obtaining our food supply that almost no one knows how to wring - or would dare to wring - a chicken's neck.(2) The congressman also pressed Ergen on whether the combined company would wring price concessions from programmers.(3) I'll wring her neck when I lay hands on her(4) Dampen with water and wring out all the excess moisture.(5) For those readers who are accustomed to more detailed explications, the chapters will read less as case studies and more as efforts to wring from Freud's original texts some interpretive potential.(6) The heart twists blood out the same way you'd wring a towel to get water out.(7) I rinse my brush in hot water, warm water and then give it a slight " wring ".(8) When the chicken is for Legba, you've got to wring its neck.(9) In the unprecedented action, contractors and workers joined forces to wring improvements out of four companies benefiting from the state's home building boom.(10) Prop maker Peter Greenwood found a real mangle so the dame can wring clothes in the panto's slapstick scenes.(11) Then I find myself at Wal-Mart surrounded by screaming children whose chubby little necks I want to wring , and reality kicks in.(12) Ice let go of his hand to wring hers rather nervously,(13) He actually bends over the steering wheel as if to wring an extra couple of miles out of the car.(14) I was amazed at how pristine a picture the studio was able to wring from the thirty year-old print.(15) But campaigners argue that such promises are easily broken when private companies try to wring more profits from such projects.(16) Let's hope the two don't wring each other's necks during their stay together.
(1) wring out :: laesu allan
1. squeeze ::
2. twist ::
3. extract ::
4. rend ::
5. contort ::
6. squeeze ::
7. wrench ::
Different Formswring, wringer, wringers, wringing, wrings
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