Related formscom·press·ed·ly, adverbsub·com·pressed, adjectiveun·com·pressed, adjective
Definition for compressed (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
Origin of compress
SYNONYMS FOR compress
Examples from the Web for compressed
His own, personal neck and chest were compressed by five other men until 43 years of life and spirit seeped away.
This continues until an impossibly huge amount of ice cream is compressed into the pint.
A high end audio system from 50 years ago sounds better than your degraded, compressed product.25 Things I Want from an Online Music Service (and Almost Never Get)|Ted Gioia|June 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The larger worlds—Jupiter and the other giants—are massive, made of compressed gas, and possess no surface to speak of.
That means they are composed of compressed gasses, with no solid surface.
Head in front of the blow-hole high, and compressed anteriorly, the snout truncated.
Rising, with compressed lips he held toward Muskoka the butt of his pistol.The Young Railroaders|Francis Lovell Coombs
Inside the annex to the lighthouse were the duplicate engines for filling tanks with compressed air.Some Naval Yarns|Mordaunt Hall
Her lips were compressed in the old way that she had almost forgotten.Concerning Sally|William John Hopkins
And his throat was compressed in those brown, lean, muscular fingers, as in a claw of steel.The Sign of the Spider|Bertram Mitford