sit on one's heels
The children hunkered down to protect themselves from the sandstorm
In some cultures, the women give birth while squatting
make wrinkles or creases on a smooth surface; make a pressed, folded or wrinkled line in; `crisp' is archaic
crease the paper like this to make a crane
The dress got wrinkled
How To Use scrunch up In A Sentence
- I would read the paper too, trying to scrunch up my face like my fathers, as if that would help me better comprehend the stories.
- Hey Lena, do u think I should scrunch up my hair today, or blow dry it straight?
- I scrunch up my nose and wipe the silverware on my t-shirt.
- The little action caused her nose to scrunch up considerably before a soft smile took her lips and she went back to whatever dream she was in.
- Cautiously I pushed my thumb in even harder, doing that thing where you scrunch up your face as if that makes it so it won't splash me, only to discover that the blessed thing was hard-boiled!
- One mention of it causes them to scrunch up their faces, stick their fingers in their ears and squeal ‘too much information’ in unmanly high voices.
- The view is worth every tortured moment of discomfort it takes to hunker down, scrunch up, and peer out.
- It weighs only a few ounces and can scrunch up small.
- Turn off the lights, close the curtains, cut a hole in a sheet, scrunch up your eyes and get to it.
- She smirked as she saw him scrunch up his face in thought.