1. To beat, pound, or together.
2. To bruise; to injure or disorganize a part without breaking the skin.
1. To curl tightly, of hair; SYN. crape, frizzle, frizz, kink up, kink.
2. To make ridges into by pinching together; SYN. pinch.
To compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition; SYN. crush, squelch, mash, squeeze.
1. To press firmly
2. To exert pressure especially on opposite sides of; compress; to extract or emit under pressure; to force or thrust by compression
3. To get by extortion; to deprive by extortion; to cause economic hardship to; to reduce the amount of
4. To crowd into a limited area
5. To gain or win by a narrow margin
6. To force (another player) to discard in bridge so as to unguard a suit
7. To score by means of a squeeze play
8. To give way before pressure
9. To exert pressure; also; to practice extortion or oppression
10. To force one's way
11. To pass, win, or get by narrowly
2. Squelch, suck