creased


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crease

 (krēs)
n.
1. A line made by pressing, folding, or wrinkling.
2. Sports
a. In hockey, an area marked in front of the goal in which an offensive player can score a goal only if the puck reaches the area before the player does.
b. In lacrosse, the circle marked around the goal into which offensive players cannot enter.
c. One of the lines in cricket marking off the positions of the bowler and batter or the space between two of these lines.
v. creased, creas·ing, creas·es
v.tr.
1. To make a pressed, folded, or wrinkled line in.
2. To graze or wound superficially with a bullet.
v.intr.
To become wrinkled.

[Alteration of creaste, perhaps from Middle English creste, ridge; see crest.]

crease′less adj.
crease′proof′ adj.
creas′er n.
creas′y adj.

creased

(kriːst)
adj
marked by creases and wrinkles(of a person's face or skin) displaying furrows and wrinkles
Translations
pomačkaný
krøllet
rypistynyt
izgužvan
折り目をつけた
주름이 간
skrynklig
ย่น
bị nhăn

creased

[ˈkriːst] adj
[fabric, garment] → froissé(e); [paper] → chiffonné(e)
[face, skin] → ridé(e)crease-resistant [ˌkriːsrɪˈzɪstənt] adj [garment] → infroissable

creased

مُتَغَضِّن pomačkaný krøllet zerknittert τσαλακωμένος arrugado rypistynyt froissé izgužvan spiegazzato 折り目をつけた 주름이 간 gekreukeld presset pofałdowany amarrotado мятый skrynklig ย่น kırışık bị nhăn 有折痕的
References in classic literature ?
All this espied Sir Marhaus, and had great wonder how his might in- creased, and so they wounded other passing sore; and then when it was come noon --"
I dared not offer her the half-worn gloves, the creased handkerchief: besides, I felt it would be absurd.
This doublet and hose, though new, were creased, like traveling clothes for a long time packed in a portmanteau.
From under his creased brows he glowered with hate at the mockers.
The contraction of the stranger’s brows in creased as his eyes moved slowly from one object to another.
A pale, damp, creased thing hoisted itself feebly on to the comb.
The old lady's face creased into furrows of repugnance, and she made no further reply.
The skin of her face was seamed and creased with a million deepcut furrows.