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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Crease was succeeded by Ian Little two years ago and has watched the club progress since then thanks to cash generated from playing both of the Old Firm sides.
Crease is also warning his men of an Alloa backlash after the Wasps were thumped at Elgin last weekend.
The detection method illustrated in Figure 3 was originally implemented for this paper but was later abandoned when it was found to produce an abundance of disjoint crease segments that did little to suggest surface curvature.
That brought VVS Laxman to the crease for the remaining nine overs of the session, which he survived comfortably, before fending off-spinner Swann to the on-side just four overs after lunch and picking out Ian Bell at short leg.
That brought VVS Laxman to the crease for the remaining nine overs of the session, which he survived comfortably, before fending off spinner Swann to the on-side just four overs after lunch and picking out Ian Bell at short leg.
That brought VVS Laxman to the crease for the remaining nine overs of the session, which he survived comfortably, but played a loose shot fending off Swann just four overs after lunch and found Ian Bell at short leg.
We want to thank you for bringing up the creases on the uniform.
Use a deep bronze-y brown on the inner and outer corners and in the crease.
The coronary ear crease is a diagonal line pointing up towards your eyebrows.
Free your man by sending him and another player to the crease; if one crease defender is playing with a short stick, try to pick and re-pick until the "shut off" player is being guarded by the short-stick defender.
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.
However, damp fabrics are just as likely to crease again, so the fabric needs to be 'set' by a further application of dry heat.
Occasionally, the two top creases of the hand come together and form one crease.
BRIAN LARA will emerge from nearly three weeks away from the crease confident of picking up where he left off if the weather relents long enough for a resumption of West Indies' one-day series against England.
Bill Mitchell [former GM Design chief] always talked about having design elements that were like, 'a crease in the pants of a freshly pressed tuxedo,' in order to signal formality," reminisces Wasenko.