One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she showed me how to wring out the clothes’
twist, squeeze, screw, scrunch, knead, press, mangle
dry, squeeze dry, screw the water out of
2‘a few concessions were wrung from the government’
extract, elicit, force, coerce, exact, extort, wrest, wrench, screw, squeeze, milk
3‘the expression she saw in his eyes wrung her heart’
rend, tear at, harrow, pierce, stab, wound, lacerate, rack
distress, pain, hurt, torment, torture
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