dimple

[ US /ˈdɪmpəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dˈɪmpə‍l/ ]
NOUN
  1. any slight depression in a surface
    there are approximately 336 dimples on a golf ball
  2. a small natural hollow in the cheek or chin
    His dimple appeared whenever he smiled
  3. a chad that has been punched or dimpled but all four corners are still attached
VERB
  1. produce dimples while smiling
    The child dimpled up to the adults
  2. mark with, or as if with, dimples
    drops dimpled the smooth stream
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How To Use dimple In A Sentence

  • His teeth were rows of perfectly set pearly whites, and he had a dimple in his left cheek.
  • Her dimples were perfect, little dark cups in her cheeks. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her dimpled smile is peach blossom in spring, her blue - black hair a cluster of clouds.
  • Its unforgiving tip dimples the skin of his chest.
  • He was tall with a shock of dark brown hair, flushed schoolboyish cheeks, and a dashing, dimpled smile. Kiss & Break Up
  • Whereas the alloy with low Na content exhibited ductile fracture with dimples.
  • It's funny, because having dimples is something I always struggled with growing up. Cheryl Cole: 'I hate this year'
  • His dimple appeared whenever he smiled
  • With floured fingertips, make dimples in the surface of each disc.
  • Though she primmed her mouth at him, a dimple betrayed her.
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