Wring Definition

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1. " Oh, Scarlett, you are so young you wring my heart, " he said. 1
2. "I don't know what else to do," Dan said, wringing his hands. 1
3. A company called Astrogenetix has started the approval process for putting their salmonella vaccine through the clinical trial wringer. 1
4. Aimless minutes of hand wringing and expletives, followed by resignation. 1
5. Alma was strong enough to continue wringing the live necks herself. 1
6. An excessive emotion was required to wring from him, once or twice a year, that lugubrious laugh of the convict, which is like the echo of the laugh of a demon. 1
7. And in her musings, she wrings out her heart along with her dishcloth, pouring out a torrent of disillusionments and dreams. 1
8. And so that interview Between Lucie and Sydney Carton has a pathos that wrings our hearts. 1
9. Before being reunited with his 14-year-old wife and baby, Pedro Sotelo went through the wringer Thursday. 1
10. But how to wring new information from a few old pieces of vellum and papyrus? 1
11. But you can do more than stand around the coffee bar and wring your hands with your co-workers. 1
12. Buyers use different ruses to wring free credit out of their suppliers. 1
13. Byron rocks away, very hairy, very clean, wringing his hands, like an impeccable spider in his green fatigues. 1
14. Car dealers are wringing their hands over low sales this summer. 1
15. Certain candidates hunch over, glance furtively around the room or wring their sweaty palms. 1
16. Certain candidates hunch over, glance furtively around the room or wring their sweaty palms. re being asked a question they can says Mr. 1
17. Clear water full should be used after washing clean, cannot twist wring in case filar detailed displacement, silken face is corrugate. 1
18. Corporation sells, to attend to machine, wringer kitchen small household electrical appliances products and so on production soybean milk machine. 1
19. Dertain candidates hunch over, glance furtively around the room or wring their sweaty palms. 1
20. Dertain candidates hunch over, glance furtively around the room or wring their sweaty palms. This website 1
21. Don't wring your hands like a substitute teacher in the wildest home room. 1
22. Gently open the soda bottle which I couldn't wring. 1
23. Give the towels another wring. 1
24. Given the union's fading relevance and the few concessions it can wring from cash-strapped companies, does it really matter who runs it? 1
25. He believes companies will continue to surprise the market with their ability to keep wringing out costs. 1
26. He called her a "dazzling singer" but added that she "puts good taste through the wardrobe wringer . All crass and no class." 1
27. He is wringing out the water from his swimming trunks. 1
28. He is wringing out the water swimming trunks. 1
29. He killed the chicken quickly by wringing its neck. 1
30. He must work to wring the neocolonialism out of America and the West. 1
 

Wring

[riNG]

VERB

wrings (third person present) · wrung (past tense) · wrung (past participle) · wringing (present participle)

  - squeeze and twist (something) to force liquid from it.

NOUN

wrings (plural noun)

  - an act of squeezing or twisting something.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

-Acy
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