dimple

  1. any slight depression in a surface
  2. a small natural hollow in the cheek or chin

Dimple

A dimple (also known as a gelasin) is a small natural indentation in the flesh on a part of the human body, most notably in the cheek or on the chin. ==Characteristics== Dimples may appear and disappear over an extended period. They may be genetically inherited and have been called a simple dominant trait. ==Physiology== Dimples are a facial muscl...
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Dimple

• (n.) A slight indentation on any surface. • (n.) A slight natural depression or indentation on the surface of some part of the body, esp. on the cheek or chin. • (v. i.) To form dimples; to sink into depressions or little inequalities. • (v. t.) To mark with dimples or dimplelike depressions.
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dimple

(dim┬┤pәl) a slight depression, as in the flesh of the cheek, chin, or sacral region. postanal dimple a dermal pit near the tip of the coccyx, indicative of the site of attachment of the embryonic neural tube to the skin.
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dimple

1. A natural indentation, usually circular and of small area, in the chin, cheek, or sacral region. ... 2. A depression of similar appearance to a dimple, resulting from trauma or the contraction of scar tissue. ... 3. To cause dimples. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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dimple

noun a small natural hollow in the cheek or chin; `His dimple appeared whenever he smiled`
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Dimple

Dim'ple intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dimpled ; present participle & verbal noun Dimpling .] To form dimples; to sink into depressions or little inequalities. « And smiling eddies dimpled on the main.»...
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Dimple

Dim'ple noun [ Prob. a nasalized dim. of dip . See Dip , and confer Dimble .] 1. A slight natural depression or indentation on the surface of some part of the body, esp. on the cheek or chin. Milton. « The dimple of her chin.» Prior.
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Dimple

Dim'ple transitive verb To mark with dimples or dimplelike depressions. Shak.
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Dimple

Any small, hollow place that has not penetrated through the layers. Dimple Examples
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Dimple

Indentation on a golf ball.
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dimple

the combination of transverse rib and longitudinal rib causing a deformation which is relatively small compared to the dimensions considered NOTE - See figure 806-17.
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Dimple

The indentations on the surface of a golf ball which affects it's flight characteristics.
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dimple

The round indentations on the golf ball cover which are scientifically designed to enable the ball to make a steady and true flight
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dimple

Type: Term Pronunciation: dim′pĕl Definitions: 1. A natural indentation, usually circular and of small area, in the chin, cheek, or sacral region. 2. A depression of similar appearance to a dimple, resulting from trauma or the contraction of scar tissue. 3. To cause dimples.
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dimple

[n] - any slight depression in a surface 2. [n] - a small natural hollow in the cheek or chin 3. [v] - mark with, or as if with, dimples 4. [v] - produce dimples while smiling
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