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1. He managed to squeeze through the crowd at last.
2. Don't squeeze the kitten, you will hurt it.
3. Give the tube of toothpaste a squeeze.
4. Just take hold of the tube and squeeze.
5. He can't squeeze the wet coat dry.
6. While we're in Australia, we're hoping to squeeze in a trip to the Barrier Reef.
7. Cut the lemon in half and squeeze the juice into the bowl.
8. She put the squeeze on her mother for a hundred bucks.
9. I tried to squeeze the water out of my soaking skirt.
10. He gave his mother a comforting squeeze as he left.
11. Squeeze the cloth out first.
12. He gave her an affectionate squeeze.
13. Give the tube another squeeze.
14. This machine helps you to squeeze more juice out.
15. Six in the car will be a tight squeeze.
16. Jack showed off his latest squeeze at the weekend.
17. All manufacturers are feeling the squeeze.
18. It was a tight squeeze in the crowded bus.
19. Squeeze a bit of lemon juice onto the fish.
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20. Excuse me, could I just squeeze past?
21. Try to squeeze a bit more out.
22. The Government's financial squeeze had killed the scheme off.
23. We could probably squeeze in a few more people.
24. A squeeze of her hand reassured him.
25. Never squeeze blackheads, spots or pimples.
26. Squeeze a quarter of a lemon over the fish.
27. Try to squeeze a plane ticket for tonight.
28. Squeeze the fruit to test for ripeness.
29. There were too many people there and I couldn't squeeze by.
30. The car's quite full, but we could manage to squeeze another couple of people in.