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Synonyms for pucker

Synonyms for pucker

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

Synonyms for pucker

an irregular fold in an otherwise even surface (as in cloth)

to gather something into small wrinkles or folds

draw together into folds or puckers

become wrinkled or drawn together

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Kim, 55, tried to pucker up to 19-year-old Miley, but then the wind changed and her face got stuck like that.
at least they're smiling as the pucker up for the cameras.
But, let me tell you, when they say "pucker," they don't mean pucker as in sucking a lime.
HOT LIPS: Steve puckers up for kiss; GOBSMACKED: She's a he in a wig
The HRT II can also image other retinal pathologies such as macular holes and puckers, BRVO, age related macular degeneration and central serous retinopathy.
You are very special to me," he tells Stella as he puckers up for a kiss.
Hockey Hall of Fame: There are 107 American puckers enshrined in this facility in Eveleth, Minn.
Other popular puckers were Charlize Theron, Will Smith's Bagger Vance co-star; soulful Janet Jackson; rock widow Courtney Love; and Mummy actor Brendan Fraser.
In this pulpy romance bodacious nightclub chanteuse Marlene Dietrich dons a tuxedo and puckers up with a young lady.
The new low-calorie alcoholic cola and lemonade drinks - called Skinny Puckers - are aimed at impressionable youngsters and slimmers.
Skinny Puckers will be stocked by high-street stores like ASDA and trade outlets like Makro.
Her nurse character Faye Morton puckers up to young surgeon Joseph Byrne, played by Roberts.
The result is expected to be much smoother and more natural than a skin graft, which can leave puckers and valleys.
KISS: Hugh puckers up to girl in group; THE GLAD-UATE: He grins widely as excited students mob him on sofa; EYE-ER EDUCATION: Hugh is transfixed by girl's, er, dress.