He says he likes Truffaut's work, but is hard pressed to think of a title.
Unfortunately, most impersonators are hard pressed to write a decent sentence.
But words of peace are hard pressed to compete with a record company that can put up $3 million for words of inner-city war.
The UN has quit updating its Darfur death tolls and even experts on the conflict are hard pressed to provide accurate estimates.
But Baghdad would be hard pressed to extend that invitation to Syria.
Herron's men were hard pressed, but grimly they held to their position, awaiting the arrival of Blunt.
They 're so hard pressed for messengers, they've got no time to examine you.
He rarely takes to the wing, and then only when hard pressed.
I think it likely that he will, if he be not himself too hard pressed.
He will not live an ordinary life, and at times he has been hard pressed to live at all.