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dimple

  

      n  
1    a small natural dent or crease in the flesh, esp. on the cheeks or chin  
2    any slight depression in a surface  
3    a bubble or dent in glass  
      vb  
4    to make or become dimpled  
5    intr   to produce dimples by smiling  
     (C13 dympull; compare Old English dyppan to dip, German Tümpel pool)  
   dimply             adj  
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dimly, dimple, dumpily, damply

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