puckered

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puck·er

 (pŭk′ər)
v. puck·ered, puck·er·ing, puck·ers
v.tr.
To gather into small wrinkles or folds: puckered my lips; puckered the curtains.
v.intr.
To become gathered, contracted, and wrinkled.
n.
1. A wrinkle or wrinkled part, as in tightly stitched cloth.
2. A facial expression in which the lips are tightly pulled together and pushed outward.
3. A tart flavor that causes one's lips to pucker: the pucker of lemon.

[ Probably frequentative of dialectal pock, bag, sack, variant of poke.]
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puckered

(ˈpʌkəd)
adj
creased or wrinkled
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Translations

puckered

adj lipsgespitzt, geschürzt; browgefurcht; skinzusammengezogen, höckerig; scarhervortretend; seamwellig, gewellt
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