use pinched in a sentence.
You already pinched them from Brighton.
The rest of the article describes how it's being pinched out of employees' schedules using performance evaluation policies.
It leads to terrible neck problems, like the pinched nerve I have.
Is anyone actually surprised they pinched out a stopgap deal at the very last second?
I presume an outsourced design someone pinched without them knowing (or quite the coincidence).
If you're doing anything that risks getting pinched, it's probably better to take the obstruction rap than whatever it is you're being investigated for.
I mean, drugs are clearly getting into the US, and proper organizational structure in your criminal enterprise means that mules and runners getting pinched every once in a while is just a cost of doing business.
I was reading this thread on my 4, and when I read your comment I looked to see how I was grasping the device: in landscape mode, pinched between my thumb (below) and middle finger (above).