Definition of Adpress

1. v. t. See Appressed.



Definition of Adpress

1. to press together [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adpress

ados
adosculation
adosterol
adown
adoxography
adoze
adpapers
adpeople
adperson
adpersons
adposition
adpositional
adpositionally
adpositions
adpress (current term)
adpressed
adpresses
adrad
adrafinil
adragant
adraw
adread
adreaded
adreading
adreads
adreamed
adred
adree
adrenal

Literary usage of Adpress

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1. Lake Ngami, Or, Explorations and Discoveries During Four Years' Wanderings by Charles John Andersson, John Charles Frémont (1857)
"The fur (which, in the young animal, is long, soft, and often curly) of the adult is short and " adpress- ed." The upper part of the nape and withers are ..."

2. American Annals of Education and Instruction by W C Woolbridge (1837)
"adpress before the Warren County Education Convention. Published in the ' Belvidere Apollo,' Belvidere, NJ By Rev. DX JUNKIN. All these three documents are ..."

3. The American Baptist Magazine, and Missionary Intelligencer (1819)
"If the preacher thorougly understand his subject, and be a man of tolerable elocution, he will be at no. loss for words in general." adpress OF THE ..."

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