Stress Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Stress V1 V2 V3

Stress Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Stress V1 V2 V3



  • Give particular emphasis or importance to (a point, statement, or idea) made in speech or writing.(verb)
  • Subject to pressure or tension.(verb)
  • Cause mental or emotional strain or tension in.(verb)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)
Verb – es(Ves)Verb – ing(Ving)

emphasize, draw attention to, focus attention on, underline, underscore, point up, place emphasis on, lay stress on, highlight, spotlight, turn the spotlight on, bring to the fore, foreground, accentuate, press home, impress on someone, make a point of, dwell on, harp on, belabour, insist on, rub in, overstretch, overtax, push to the limit, pressurize, pressure, burden, make tense, cause to feel emotional strain, cause to feel mental strain, pressure, tension, strain, tightness, tautness, strain, pressure, tension, nervous tension, worry, anxiety, nervousness, emphasis, importance, weight, force, insistence,

Example Sentences with stress

More smiling, less worrying. More compassion, less judgment. More blessed, less stressed. More love, less hate.

Alex’s job creates extreme stress.

Exercise is the best way to get rid of stress.

Their position was perhaps the happiest of all positions in the social scale, being above the line at which neediness ends, and below the line at which the convenances begin to cramp natural feeling, and the stress of threadbare modishness makes too little of enough.”

Pam is unable to cope with stress.

Football is good for reducing stress.

Love and compassion open our own inner life, reducing stress, distrust and loneliness.

Learn wisdom from the ways of a seedling. A seedling which is never hardened off through stressful situations will never become a strong productive plant.

Adopting the right attitude can convert a negative stress into a positive one.

In times of great stress or adversity, it’s always best to keep busy, to plow your anger and your energy into something positive.

Marriage is a lot of things – a source of love, security, the joy of children, but it’s also an interpersonal battlefield, and it’s not hard to see why: Take two disparate people, toss them together in often-confined quarters, add the stresses of money and kids – now lather, rinse, repeat for the rest of your natural life. What could go wrong?

It’s her first grandchild, so she’s really, really, really excited. I guess my mom is a little more stressed out than me.

Work ethic has always been stressed in my family. My dad is going to be 80 years old and he still works part time. My mom just retired a couple years ago and she’s in her mid- to late 70s.

I’m free of stress and worries now because if I don’t like something I’m doing, I just find the fun in it instead of being miserable. Let me have fun with the people I work with, let me have fun making money – when I grew up so poor, ya know?