pressured

All Verb Adjective
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  • A possible issue is the team being pressured into taking on additional work.
  • Every record label that showed an interest in the band pressured its members to change its name.
  • She was pressured by her parents to get into medicine when she was in high school.
  • Her parents had pressured her into the marriage but she did not truly love him.
  • After being pressured by fellow crew members he decides to join them.
  • Therefore, the government expected positive results when they pressured businesses workers to perform well.
  • The label pressured the band to produce a good number of songs in a short time towards a debut album.
  • Despite being pressured to release the album sooner, the band decided to take their time making it.
  • From then, states that Henry II had pressured joined the conflict against him.
  • He also located new witnesses and pressured the state to take action.
  • The government felt especially pressured to keep war-related industries running.
  • Despite being pressured to release the album sooner, the band decided to take their time making the album.
  • He developed new evidence, found new witnesses, and pressured the State to take action.
  • After his death, although pressured by her uncle to remarry, she never did.
  • He also pressured his players to go to university.
  • Some believed he was pressured to leave because of problems over his performance and his increasing marginalization.
  • After being pressured by his wife, he and four of his servants kill the King in his own house.
  • She was pressured to consider marriage around age thirteen, but she refused.
  • It has been speculated that Hall was pressured into leaving the band due to her image.
  • This gives people more time to think it over and research the charity, and they are far less likely to feel pressured.
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Root form of pressured is pressure for the verb.