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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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An astute Puckering kick evaded Rangers full-back Tom Eidson for right winger Saltmar to collect and finish - and the conversion was a formality for Puckering.
Using incompatible fabric and thread also causes puckering. A heavyweight thread on a lightweight fabric also causes the fabric to gather and pucker.
They joined Kirklees Council Headstart Young Ambassador Lauren Puckering outside Huddersfield's bus station as part of a nationwide campaign, which has come about due to statistics that show that only half of those in the age category bother to register.
It was found that the percentage of cotton fibers had the most influence on seam puckering. Increasing the percentage of cotton fiber enhanced the seam puckering significantly.
Jarrow did have spells of possession, but Billingham held strong with Thomas Puckering and Max Bolton driving well in the rucks and scrums.
Victoria, famous for puckering up, said her mind was elsewhere most of the time she was having her picture taken.
DURING construction of the transport interchange, the existing bus stops in Market Street and Puckering's Lane will be out of use.
Changes which could indicate a potential problem include changes in breast size or in the nipple; a rash or discharge; puckering or dimpling of the skin; a lump, swelling or thickening in the breast which feels different from the rest of the breast tissue, or constant pain in one part of the breast or in armpit.
WILL Smith just couldn't stop puckering up as he filmed his latest movie in New York.
All women should regularly examine their breasts and look for changes such as: A lump or thickening of tissue n Puckering or dimpling breast n Nipple discharge n The nipple turning in on itself
Any puckering, dimpling (like orange peel) or redness of the skin.
Seam pucker is still a primary concern in garment.(4) When sewing parameters and material properties are not chosen properly, Puckering appears along the seam line of a garment and damages its aesthetic value.(5) The shorter Oxford Dictionary defined seam pucker as "ridge, wrinkle or corrugation of the material or a number of small wrinkles running across and into one another, which appear when sewing together two pieces of fabric."(6)
Steve Puckering, of Go Global SIM, said: "Many people do not realise that they can be charged hundreds of pounds just to receive calls outside the UK and can be paying far more than they need to when making calls from abroad.
DO you know the girl puckering up to Hugh or were you in the group?
Fans can kiss him on the cheek and see whether their puckering up skills get his approval.