Definition of Scrunched

1. Verb. (present participle of scrunch) ¹



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Definition of Scrunched

1. scrunch [v] - See also: scrunch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrunched

scrumping
scrumple
scrumpled
scrumples
scrumpling
scrumpox
scrumps
scrumptious
scrumptiously
scrumptiousness
scrumpy
scrums
scrumtrelescent
scrunch
scrunch up
scrunched (current term)
scruncher
scrunches
scrunchie
scrunchies
scrunching
scrunchy
scrunt
scrunted
scruntier
scrunting
scrunts
scrunty
scruple
scrupled

Literary usage of Scrunched

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1. Report and Transactions (1879)
"A seaman's wife (28) said, ' His lips are quite scrunched [parched].' About Teignmouth this word is in common use. Teignmouth, 29th November, 1878. ..."

2. Shifting Sands by Will Kester (2007)
"His toes scrunched into the soles of his borrowed shoes that didn't fit. ... He saw someone and scrunched his eyes, trying to focus to better identify the ..."

3. Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens (1908)
"Rec- collect, we must scrunch or be scrunched. Recollect, we must hold our own. Recollect, money makes money. Don't you be uneasy, Bella, my child ; don't ..."

4. The Life of Benvenuto Cellini by Benvenuto Cellini (1920)
"... of light into the room ; and while I was examining them, I remembered that the food I ate that morning had scrunched more than usual. ..."

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