Obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action.(verb)
Press from a plastic, as of records.(verb)
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Use "press out" in a sentence
"In case that the breasts are inflamed during the process of weaning, the natives of Southern Arabia press out the accumulated milk and cover the breasts with a poultice of soft mud or clay."
"It may be again remarked that primitive people, odd as it may seem, rarely pull upon the cord, but in most instances use the vis a tergo, stimulate the activity of the womb by friction of the fundus, and press out the contents."
"At its very first sitting it had to turn the public and press out of the room and close its doors to discuss the story of a play licensed by the official who barred Blanco Posnet; and after this experience it actually ruled out all particulars of licensed plays as unfit for public discussion."