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The synonyms of “Crushed” are: broken, humbled, humiliated, low
Crushed as an Adjective
Definitions of "Crushed" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “crushed” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Deformed, pulverized, or forced inwards by compression.
- (of cloth or paper) creased or crumpled.
- Subdued or brought low in condition or status.
- Treated so as to have a permanently wrinkled appearance.
- Feeling overwhelmingly disappointed or embarrassed.
Synonyms of "Crushed" as an adjective (4 Words)
|broken||Out of working order busted is an informal substitute for broken.|
Broken lines of defense.
|humbled||Marked by meekness or modesty; not arrogant or prideful- B.K.Malinowski.|
|humiliated||Made to feel uncomfortable because of shame or wounded pride.|
Humiliated that his wife had to go out to work.
|low||Of a vowel pronounced with the tongue held low in the mouth open.|
Usage Examples of "Crushed" as an adjective
- Crushed trousers and a crumpled jacket.
- Crushed velvet.
- I was crushed—was I not good enough?
Associations of "Crushed" (30 Words)
It was a landscape slowly abraded by a fine stinging dust.
|ax||Chop or split with an ax.|
|breaker||A heavy sea wave that breaks into white foam on the shore.|
A rule breaker.
|bust||A sculpture of a person’s head, shoulders, and chest.|
He busted my radio.
|chop||Form or shape by chopping.|
The boat headed into the chop.
|clash||Meet and come into violent conflict.|
A clash of tweeds and a striped shirt.
|compaction||The exertion of force on something so that it becomes more dense.|
An ice core formed by compaction of previous snowfalls constitutes a historical record of the local climate.
|compression||The action of compressing or being compressed.|
|crash||Move with or as if with a crashing noise.|
The test pilot crashed a Hurricane fighter plane.
|crumble||A pudding made with crumble and fruit.|
|drudgery||Hard monotonous routine work.|
|fist||Clench the hand or fingers into a fist.|
She pummelled him furiously with her fists.
|flatten||Lower (a note) in pitch by a semitone.|
The landscape flattened.
|flour||Cover with flour.|
|grind||Make a grating or grinding sound by rubbing together.|
Only the right grind gives you all the fine flavour.
|grindstone||A thick disc of stone or other abrasive material mounted so as to revolve, used for grinding, sharpening, or polishing metal objects.|
|hammering||The action or sound of hammering something.|
A 7 0 hammering by the league leaders.
|hone||Sharpen with a hone.|
I started to hone in on the problem.
|mash||A mixture of mashed malt grains and hot water used in brewing.|
A bucket of mash.
|mill||Grind with a mill.|
A mill town.
|millstone||Something that hinders or handicaps.|
Crush the poppy seeds to a powder.
The brick of the villages was pulverized by the bombardment.
|sharpen||Improve or cause to improve.|
The debate sharpened.
|shatter||Break into many pieces.|
The news of her husband s death shattered her life.
|shred||Reduce documents to unreadable strips by feeding them into a shredder.|
Executives have shredded key documents.
|smash||An act or sound of something smashing.|
The death of her son smashed her.
|squash||Edible fruit of a squash plant eaten as a vegetable.|
A squash club.
|squeeze||A twisting squeeze.|
I cocked the gun and squeezed the trigger.
|tamp||A tool for tamping e g for tamping tobacco into a pipe bowl or a charge into a drill hole etc.|
Tamp the coffee grinds in the container to make espresso.