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- adj. dimpled
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of dimples, or small depressions; dimpled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of dimples or small depressions.
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It's dimply with bands of shadow and discoloration.
Mason was sitting in the middle of his crib like a Buddha, his fists on his dimply thighs.
And now, in the face of her perfect baby naked self, I feel a little awkard for my lumps, my bumps, my hair, my dimply skin.
Mimi – “and now, in the face of her perfect baby naked self, I feel a little awkard for my lumps, my bumps, my hair, my dimply skin. Hm.”
Her thighs expanded along with her waistline, the shape of her once firm, taut ass became slack and dimply from too much sitting and overconsumption of sweet, baked goods.
Alexandria is a beyotch who thinks she knows it all, condescending to teach dimply Southern gal babe-in-the-woods Jaclyn.
And I want you to tell them to kiss your dimply, flat, juicy, bootylicious, skinny, jiggly, saggy fat ass!
My feet have crooked toes, my ankles are too thin, my calves are too thick, my knees are dimply, my thighs are too big, my ass is droopy, my hips are too wide, my stomach is round and has rolls, my rib cage . . .
The last several weeks have been cookie recipes and I'm looking forward to baking the dimply plum cake next week!
Even if you're not ranking them, but dimply numbering out ten films in no particular order, people will still see it as ranking.