scrunchy

(redirected from scrunchier)

scrunch·ie

also scrunch·y  (skrŭn′chē)
n. pl. scrunch·ies
An elasticized fabric ring used chiefly by women and girls to gather or fasten the hair.

[After the company that made such rings.]

scrunch•y

or scrunch•ie

(ˈskrʌn tʃi)
n., pl. scrunch•ies.
a round elastic band covered with gathered fabric, used to fasten the hair.
[1990–95]
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