1. press exert pressure or force to or upon
  2. prowess a superior skill learned by study and practice
  3. prissy exaggeratedly proper
  4. peeress a woman of the peerage in Britain
  5. Brescia an ancient Italian city in central Lombardy
  6. pressure the exertion of force to a surface
  7. premise a statement that is held to be true
  8. pressed compacted by ironing
  9. press on continue moving forward
  10. presume take to be the case or to be true
  11. presto at a very fast tempo (faster than allegro)
  12. pressor increasing (or tending to increase) blood pressure
  13. presage a foreboding about what is about to happen
  14. precede be earlier in time
  15. process a particular course of action intended to achieve a result
  16. precise sharply exact or accurate or delimited
  17. presidio a fortress established in the southwestern United States by the Spanish in order to protect their missions and other holdings
  18. preside act as executive officer
  19. press out obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action
  20. oppression the act of subjugating by cruelty

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