Scrabble word: PRESS

PRESS

In which Scrabble dictionary does PRESS exist?

Scrabble (US/Canada)
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(7 pts)
Scrabble (UK)
Yes!
(7 pts)
Official Scrabble (OSPD)
Yes!
(7 pts)
WordFeud
Yes!
(8 pts)
Letterpress
Yes!
(5 pts)
Lexulous (US)
Yes!
(7 pts)

Definitions of PRESS in dictionaries:

    • noun - the state of demanding notice or attention
    • noun - the print media responsible for gathering and publishing news in the form of newspapers or magazines
    • noun - a machine used for printing
    • noun - a dense crowd of people
    • noun - a tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes
    • noun - clamp to prevent wooden rackets from warping when not in use
    • noun - any machine that exerts pressure to form or shape or cut materials or extract liquids or compress solids
    • noun - a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then smoothly lifted overhead
    • noun - the act of pressing
    • verb - exert pressure or force to or upon
    • verb - force or impel in an indicated direction
    • verb - to be oppressive or burdensome
    • verb - place between two surfaces and apply weight or pressure
    • verb - squeeze or press together
    • verb - crowd closely
    • verb - create by pressing
    • verb - be urgent
    • verb - exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person
    • verb - press from a plastic
    • verb - make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby
    • verb - press and smooth with a heated iron
    • verb - lift weights
    • verb - ask for or request earnestly
    • To exert steady weight or force against; bear down on.
    • To squeeze the juice or other contents from.
    • To extract (juice, for example) by squeezing or compressing.
    • To reshape or make compact by applying steady force; compress.
    • To iron (clothing, for example).
    • To clasp in fondness or politeness.
    • To try to influence, as by insistent arguments; importune or entreat.
    • To urge or force to action; impel.
    • To place in trying or distressing circumstances; harass or oppress.
    • To move (keys on a computer keyboard, for example) by applying pressure.
    • To lay stress on; emphasize.
    • To advance or carry on vigorously: “Far from backing down, he pressed the attack” (Justin Kaplan).
    • To put forward importunately or insistently.
    • To make (a phonograph record or videodisk) from a mold or matrix.
    • To lift (a weight) to a position above the head without moving the legs.
    • To exert force or pressure.
    • To weigh heavily, as on the mind.
    • To advance eagerly; push forward.
    • To require haste; be urgent.
    • To iron clothes or other material.
    • To assemble closely and in large numbers; crowd.
    • To employ urgent persuasion or entreaty.
    • To raise or lift a weight in a press.
    • To employ a press.
    • Any of various machines or devices that apply pressure.
    • Any of various machines used for printing; a printing press.
    • A place or an establishment where matter is printed.
    • The art, method, or business of printing.
    • The collecting and publishing or broadcasting of news; journalism in general.
    • The entirety of media and agencies that collect, publish, transmit, or broadcast the news.
    • The people involved in the media, as news reporters, photographers, publishers, and broadcasters.
    • Commentary or coverage especially in newspapers or periodicals: “Like the pool hall and the tattoo parlor, the motorcycle usually gets a bad press” (R.
    • The act of gathering in large numbers or of pushing forward.
    • A large gathering; a throng.
    • The act of applying pressure.
    • The state of being pressed.
    • The haste or urgency of business or matters.
    • The set of proper creases in a garment or fabric, formed by ironing.
    • An upright closet or case used for storing clothing, books, or other articles.
    • A viselike device for keeping a racket from warping.
    • A lift in weightlifting in which the weight is raised to shoulder level and then steadily pushed straight overhead without movement of the legs.
    • An aggressive defense tactic in which players guard opponents closely, often over the entire court.
    • To force into service in the army or navy; impress.
    • To take arbitrarily or by force, especially for public use.
    • To use in a manner different from the usual or intended, especially in an emergency.
    • Conscription or impressment into service, especially into the army or navy.
    • An official warrant for impressing men into military service.
    • verb - to act upon with steady force

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There are 5 letters in PRESS: E P R S S

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