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Sentence count:78+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-23Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: press outsqueezetwistwrestSimilar words: lingeringwrithingringingringbringring outring upcringeMeaning: [rɪŋ]  n. a twisting squeeze. v. 1. twist and press out of shape 2. twist and compress, as if in pain or anguish 3. obtain by coercion or intimidation 4. twist, squeeze, or compress in order to extract liquid. 
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1. Please wring all the water from the soaking-wet shirt.
2. I'll wring your neck if you don't behave!
3. He turned away to wring out the wet shirt.
4. It's impossible to wring a donation out of him.
5. They are always trying to wring additional funds from the government.
6. Wring those wet things out.
7. They managed to wring the truth out of him.
8. They managed to wring a promise out of her.
9. I managed to wring the information out of him.
10. Wring the water out of your wet bathing costume.
10. try its best to gather and create good sentences.
11. I'll wring his neck if he does that again!
12. I'll wring her neck when I get hold of her!
13. On occasions Mr Parry was seen to wring his hands as he struggled with his emotions.
14. They managed to wring a few concessions from the government.
15. Soak a small towel in the liquid, wring it out, then apply to the abdomen.
16. Buyers use different ruses to wring free credit out of their suppliers.
17. Give the towels another wring.
18. Such figures cause narcotics agents to wring their hands.
19. But how to wring new information from a few old pieces of vellum and papyrus?
20. We were able to wring out our socks in the bathroom sink and dry them under the electric hand dryer.
21. You do want to wring extra words from your writing like water from a sponge.
22. When Dean gets home, I'm going to wring his neck.
23. If I find the person who did this, I'll wring his neck!
24. None the less, he felt annoyed at Eleanor for trying to wring sympathy out of him in this way.
25. I still have the big iron mangle she used to wring out the clothes.
26. Intermediate rinse-Rinse with fresh hot water and a clean cloth, wring and dry to a damp finish 4.
27. This is when those photographs are taken and published with their phoney captions which not unnaturally wring the hearts of the uninitiated.
28. The twist mop is a modern development of the socket mop with the handle being twisted to wring out the mop.
29. No wonder he looked as if he wanted to wring her neck.
30. I am not thinking simply of an inventory of the human woes that people wring their hands about.
More similar words: lingeringwrithingringingringbringring outring upcringedaringfringespringboringduringstringofferingearringbarringbring outwearingrearinggatheringroaringsyringebring intearingmotheringblaringstaringbring upassuring
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