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Definition of "squeezer" [squeez•er]

  • Something designed to squeeze something (noun)
  • A piece of foundry apparatus for shaping a ball of puddled iron (noun)
  • A playing card that has its value shown in a corner such that a closely arranged hand may be studied (originally designed for poker but now standard) (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "squeezer" in a sentence
  • "The squeezer can be used combined with the pitcher, in which the citrus fruit can be thoroughly squeezed; and then the juice can be served immediately or it can be kept in the pitcher until breakfast time, for this the squeezer is placed upside down and the pitcher is covered with its lid."
  • "Reaching under the kitchen counter, I bring up the electric juicer (some argue that an old-fashioned long-handled squeezer is best, but I like the way mine reverses itself under my hand as I push down, to get every last glorious drop)."
  • "But this is not the case with mean old Ebenezer Scrooge, whose first name chimes with "squeezer" as well as with "geezer," whose last name is a combination of "screw" and "gouge," and whose author disapproves mightily of his ways:"
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