What is another word for squeeze out?

Pronunciation: [skwˈiːz ˈa͡ʊt] (IPA)

The phrase "squeeze out" refers to the act of forcing something out of a small space or squeezing the last drop of a substance out of a container. Other synonyms that can be used in place of this phrase include extract, wring, press out, force out, push out, or expel. Extract typically refers to drawing out a liquid or substance from a material, while wring is used to denote twisting or compressing something to remove excess moisture. Press out and force out both imply using pressure to release something, while push out and expel suggest a more forceful expulsion of a substance.

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What are the hypernyms for Squeeze out?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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What are the opposite words for squeeze out?

Squeeze out is a phrasal verb that means to force something out of a small space or to extract until there is no more left. Some antonyms for this word could be pour in, add, imbue, introduce, or infuse. Pour in refers to the act of adding liquids or substances into a container or space. Add means to combine something with another to make it larger. Imbue is to fill or saturate something with a particular quality or feeling. Introduce is to present something for the first time. And, Infuse is the process of adding flavor or nutrients through steeping or soaking. All of these words imply the idea of bringing something into a space, rather than forcing it out.

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Famous quotes with Squeeze out

  • Some days I'm lucky to squeeze out a page of copy that pleases me, but I get as many as six or seven pages on a very good day; the average is probably three pages.
    Dean Koontz
  • I am supposed to owe the government something like $100 million. I couldn't squeeze out a dime.
    Dennis Kozlowski
  • From language to no-language is the journey and certainly every master has to use lies to attract you, to make you aware of your mindlessness, your stupidity. That's why I tell you to relish this very moment, and when you squeeze out the juice of every moment, then you will realise that there is nothing worthy in this world, then for the first time you start turning IN-wards, not otherwise!
  • We can easily become as much slaves to precaution as we can to fear. Although we can never rivet our fortune so tight as to make it impregnible, we may by our excessive prudence squeeze out of the life that we are guarding so anxiously all the adventurous quality that makes it worth living.
    Randolph Bourne
  • I don't particularly believe all love is doomed. But I guess, one is usually kinda suffering from some aborted love affair or association, rather than being at the peak of one. I think it's fairly obvious that a lot more suffering goes on in the name of love than the little happiness you can squeeze out of it. But I wouldn't like to dwell on it. Perhaps you could lighten up a bit.
    Nick Cave

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