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bind to restrict or squeeze uncomfortably; be too tight. [1/13 definitions]
constrict to pull or squeeze in; make narrower or smaller; tighten. [1/3 definitions]
crush to press or squeeze so as to flatten or cause to lose shape. [1/11 definitions]
hug to enfold or squeeze affectionately with the arms; embrace. [1/5 definitions]
press1 to bear down on as if to crush or squeeze. [1/14 definitions]
sandwich to fit, layer, or squeeze in between two things. [1/3 definitions]
scrunch to squeeze together the muscles of (the face or the nose) (often fol. by "up"). [1/6 definitions]
shoehorn to squeeze or force into a tight or limited space. [1/2 definitions]
squash1 to press or squeeze, as into a restricted space. [1/8 definitions]
suck to hold in the mouth and squeeze with the tongue. [1/13 definitions]
vise to hold, grip, or squeeze in, or as if in, a vise. [1/2 definitions]
wedge to squeeze into or become stuck in a small or narrow space. [1/8 definitions]
wring to twist and squeeze tightly, as between the hands or between rollers. [3/7 definitions]
wringer a person or thing that wrings, esp. a device consisting of two rollers, mounted one above the other, between which wet laundry is rolled to squeeze the water out of it.