crease


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Synonyms for crease

Synonyms for crease

a line or an arrangement made by the doubling of one part over another

an indentation or seam on the skin, especially on the face

to bend together or make a crease in so that one part lies over another

to make irregular folds in, especially by pressing or twisting

Synonyms for crease

an angular or rounded shape made by folding

a Malayan dagger with a wavy blade

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make wrinkled or creased

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scrape gently

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become wrinkled or crumpled or creased

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Blend a darker brown shade 8 over the outer third of the eyelid, going into the crease and blending into the coffee shade.
Ear lobe crease as a marker of coronary artery disease: a meta-analysis.
The crease should end below the front dart (the innermost dart if there are two) or run into the innermost front pleat fold in a tailored trouser (2).
He was nearly a meter away from his crease when the bowler took off the bails.
Pad-dry-cure is the best known method of improving the crease recovery of cellulosic fabrics.
Crease said: "Darren has to learn to accept official's decisions.
And Crease said: "It's about time we had new legends.
Fold the whole airplane in half along the center crease.
Arriving at the crease just three overs after the start when Rahul Dravid edged Andrew Flintoff behind, master batsman Tendulkar provided the steady influence to pace the chase brilliantly.
Q: Is there any relationship between a crease in the earlobe and heart disease?
physicist, has pioneered the field of technical origami with his theoretically plotted crease patterns.
The "no-iron-needed" theory already seems to be messed up with the wonderful crease on the Airman's pants (in the photo).
Strange as it may sound, if you have a particular type of crease in both earlobes you are more at risk of developing coronary heart disease.
In many cases a defensive strategy is to slide from the crease; thus, as the crease defender slides from the crease, the player "shut off" will be free momentarily for a quick shot or to receive a pass.
The pileup in the goal crease looked more like a rugby scrum, or something seem on the 405 freeway at rush hour, and when it cleared, the Kings were left with a feeling of road rage, or perhaps ice rage.