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Adjective
Having been ground or pulverized
“Next, one must extract the maximum amount of the magnetic particles possible from the crushed powder.”
Adjective
Crumpled or wrinkly from being compressed or washed
“Margo got back into her dry but hopelessly crushed clothes.”
Adjective
Oppressed, persecuted or subjugated
“She saw poor crushed peasants still in their gaudy festival clothes being driven through the city to the cemetery.”
Adjective
Having been defeated in a contest
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Feeling sad and dispirited
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Packed or filled tightly
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Having been broken
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Harmed, damaged, or impaired
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Perverted
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(figuratively) Destroyed with no hope of recovery
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Packed down
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Completely overcome or helpless, especially with distress or exhaustion
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Having been destroyed permanently
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Closely packed
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Diminished or humiliated emotionally
Verb
Past tense for to crush into fine particles
“Using a mortar and pestle, crush the pepper leaving it fairly coarse.”
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Past tense for to crush into a soft, wet, shapeless, and pulpy mass
“Then, simply squeeze as hard as you can to crush the apple.”
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Past tense for to force into a narrow or tight space
“We would crush ourselves into a tiny motel room.”
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Past tense for to hug, hold or embrace tightly
“He just wanted to crush her tight in his arms to keep her fears at bay.”
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Past tense for to violently subdue (opposition or a rebellion)
“Conan believed it was best to crush his enemies, see them driven before him, and hear the lamentations of the women.”
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Past tense for to beat, or defeat, convincingly
“Roper proceeded to crush Conklin in the ring after taking offense to being embarrassed on national television.”
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Past tense for to dishearten or demoralize one's spirit
“Such things didn't happen, and if she started to believe in them, the disappointment would crush her.”
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Past tense for to shame or humiliate someone
“Because hearing her say those words would crush him and hurt his pride.”
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Past tense for to cause to be creased or wrinkled
“The journey would crush the clothes in my suitcase, necessitating that they be re-ironed.”
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