Definition of "presser" [press•er]

  • One who presses clothes. (noun)
  • Any of various devices that apply pressure to a product in manufacturing or canning. (noun)

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Use "presser" in a sentence
  • "Meanwhile, the entire transcript of Clinton's 1994 presser is worth reading as a reminder of how little things change."
  • "A presser is a good investment and a multipurpose tool"
  • "But please call your presser in front of a well manicured monument, with curtains … if you could."