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1. A small natural indentation in the flesh on a part of the human body, especially in the cheek or on the chin.
2. A slight depression or indentation in a surface.
v. dim·pled, dim·pling, dim·ples
To form dimples by smiling.
To produce dimples in.

[Middle English dimpel.]

dim′ply adj.


adj facevoll(er) Grübchen
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Aladdin, I can't bear it;--it's--it's not one of my dimply days
And the next time someone wants to use a picture of Minaj scowling in a news report, I'll have a few shots of her dimply smile right on my iPhone that I can provide them myself.
But what if they could also bust our dimply bits too?
Those are the dimply bits that go on the side and come in four contrasting colours - black, grey, dune and chocolate.
But pay a little dedicated attention to your dimply bits and you can improve the appearance of cellulite before you reunite with your bikini.
Most mainstream publications have a go at celebs either overtly or covertly, whether it's a centre spread of stretch marks and dimply legs or the more subtle approach of damning with faint praise.
SAGGY boobs, dimply thighs, pot bellies, knobbly knees, love handles, double chins, back fat, bingo wings.
The items of this scale include difficult language pattern, words like flesh, wobble, dimply, and communal are not easy to understand even for the literate people.
As I walked up dimply lit wooden stairs of kotha no 76 with the two pimps escorting me, the human foul smell hit me first.
When we first meet them, Paige and Leo -- the dimply and adorable Rachel McAdams and the decisively chiseled Channing Tatum -- are an artsy young married couple enjoying a snowy evening in Chicago.