2. Verb. (past of dimple) ¹
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Definition of Dimpled
1. dimple [v] - See also: dimple
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Literary usage of Dimpled
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1. The woman in white by Wilkie Collins (1871)
"It is almost unnecessary to say that we loft Mrs. Vesey still seated at the table, with her dimpled hands still crossed on the edge of it; ..."
2. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"... sunken, pale blue eyes and bushy eyebrows, large, firmly closed mouth, dimpled chin, and fine head. About his half-bald head was a comely grace, ..."
3. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1900)
"... on Arthur's countenance 340 Bewildered with surprise, Their smothered mirth again 'gan speak In archly dimpled chin and cheek And laughter-lighted eyes. ..."
4. Physiognomy Illustrated; Or, Nature's Revelations of Character: A by Joseph Simms (1889)
"BEHOLD that beautiful child with its dimpled chin, cheeks, and round nose, ... dimpled chins are ever found to be concomitant with warmth of soul feelings, ..."
5. On the Track and Off the Train: A Revision of the Sketches Recently by Lura E Brown (1892)
"I had not seen its counterpart for years and I seized this opportunity and my pencil, and "dashed-off these lines" to A PRETTY dimpled CHIN. ..."
6. Letters from Abroad to Kindred at Home by Catharine Maria Sedgwick (1841)
"neck; and as I took her dimpled band in mine, I was tempted to cross it with silver, but I checked the impulse in time, not to substitute for the kindly ..."
7. The Cyclopædia of Wit and Humor: Containing Choice and Characteristic by William Evans Burton (1859)
"She put away with her dimpled forefinger, as I entered, a cluster of rich curls that had fallen over her face, and nodded to me like a water-lily swaying to ..."