Origin of pressurized
verb (used with object), pres·sur·ized, pres·sur·iz·ing.
Origin of pressurize
Related Words for pressurizedstart, require, cause, force, drive, urge, sue, worry, demand, push, assail, squeeze, petition, cheat, pinch, extract, wring, intimidate, menace, scare
Examples from the Web for pressurized
Contemporary Examples of pressurized
It runs on combustible poison—ammonia and pressurized hydrogen.American Dreams: ‘The Mosquito Coast’ by Paul Theroux
September 20, 2012
Historical Examples of pressurized
Crag debated the problem while they pressurized the cabin and removed their suits.
He nodded to Nagel, snapped his face plate shut and pressurized his suit.
The soft whistle of oxygen escaped from pressurized cylinders.Rich Living
The pressurized atmosphere gone, the water then is able to pour in through the same opening, flooding the workings.
Cade, who was in the pressurized control room without a suit on, kept working the switch back and forth.All Day September