Pressed together or into less volume or space.(adjective)
Biology Flattened, especially laterally or lengthwise, as certain leafstalks or the bodies of many fishes.(adjective)
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Use "compressed" in a sentence
""Spunnels" in the public's jargon, came into being, the term compressed from the phrase "hyperspace tunnels," a universal phenomenon once suspected and eventually confirmed."
"The other lab-experiment dessert utilizes what they call compressed fruit, which to me looks like cantaloupe and honeydew cubes with cold melon soup and a few flowers in a cool asymmetrical bowl."
"A long time ago I was thinking about compression methods and had thoughts along the same lines, trying to consider at what point it became more practical to assign everything a reference number rather than storing the image itself in compressed form."