As he felt the heel of the mountain about crush his head, he sprang again to his feet.
You may crush out nihilism to-day, but you cannot crush it out forever.
And one must crush mountains of quartz and wash hills of sand to get it.
Crush the resulting hash with the blade of a knife to make it very fine.
To “crush Prussian militarism” does not mean only to crush the German armies.
And Rodolphe finished his sentence with a gesture that said, "I could crush him with a flip of my finger."
They caused the devil to enter into the Pope's horse, that it might cast the rider and crush him to death.
In the hurry and crush I had found no opportunity for an explanation.
It is a fatal fact, and one indicating a profound social evil, that light should crush the shadow!
Must I crush the poor dry thing back, and hurt all that is left to hurt of it?
crush late 14c., from O.Fr. croisir "to gnash (teeth), crash, break," perhaps from Frank. *krostjan "to gnash." Sense of "person one is infatuated with" is first recorded 1884; to have a crush on is from 1913.