press

Part of speech:

To embrace.

Part of speech: verb

To crush; squeeze; compress; crowd; follow closely.

Part of speech: verb

To insist upon; urge.

Part of speech: verb

To smooth, as with an iron.

Part of speech: verb

To force into naval or military service.

Part of speech: noun

A crowd or crowding; throng.

Part of speech: noun

Hurry; urgency.

Part of speech: noun

A movable closet.

Part of speech: noun

A printing - press.

Part of speech: noun

Newspapers or periodicals collectively.

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Usage examples "press":

  1. He was a reporter for the Evening Press. - "The Circuit Riders", R. C. FitzPatrick.
  2. The young merchant thought within himself, " I have only to mind my own business; why should I to no purpose press him further on the subject?" - "Bagh O Bahar, Or Tales of the Four Darweshes", Mir Amman of Dihli.
  3. Just press the matter a little. - "Miss Billy", Eleanor H. Porter.