dimple (noun, verb) past tense: dimpled LISTEN
A dimple is a small natural indentation on the surface of the human body, usually on the face.
- Daisy has two dimples in her cheeks when she smiles.
- The actor, Kirk Douglas, has a dimple in his chin.
Dimple also means ‘to produce dimples.’
- The harsh weather dimpled the concrete sidewalk.
Did you know?
Dimples can show up in places besides on a person’s skin. For example, the indentations on a golf ball are called dimples.
In pop culture
There’s nothing like the music of the 1960s. Enjoy listening to the Animals singing “Dimples.”
There are other meanings of dimple.
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