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Definition of "squeeze out" []

  • Used other than as an idiom: see squeeze,‎ out. (verb)
  • To force a competitor out of one of a limited number of winning positions by taking over that position or a higher one (verb)
  • To obtain a difficult victory in a competition (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "squeeze out" in a sentence
  • "No, Ronyon wasn't going to be along for any sympathy his presence might be able to squeeze out of the ice-rimmed hearts of the Pax conquerors."
  • "Hundred-lire coin in my right jacket pocket for the women attendants, a tug on the handle to flush the loo — I'd tried to squeeze out a drop but every sphincter I possessed was on the gripe — and out, walking with purpose."
  • "Ro dug her nails into his butt as he shot his jism into her, bucking back and forth against her pelvis, trying to squeeze out every drop."