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  • v. Present participle of dimple.


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  • The chicken and dimpling is good but don’t expect large dumplings.

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  • It's important to look for visual changes such as dimpling around the nipple, itchy scaly rashes or any change in size or shape of the breast, she adds.

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  • Cellulite, a 'dimpling' effect caused by fatty cells trapped under the skin, affects more than 80 per cent of women.

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  • Screening mammograms make it possible to find breast cancers that cannot be felt and breast cancers that are producing no other signs they are present, such as dimpling of the skin of the breast or breast swelling or thickening of the skin of the breast.

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  • It also includes looking at your breasts in the mirror to detect any abnormalities such as dimpling, swelling, rashes, or a change in size on one side and not the other.


  • Before a cabin sat a woman, fair of skin and rosy as a child, dimpling with glee at the words of another woman in the doorway.


  • She smiled, her still-smooth cheeks dimpling prettily.

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  • In any case, Mythbusters controlled for this by taking the clay removed in the dimpling process and putting it in the back seat of the car, so that the dimpled car weighed the same as the undimpled control.

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  • He glanced over the familiar landscape and at the sea dimpling in the light but steady breeze.

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  • And try to remember what happened to HAVSY last month when he was hanging about - and not daring to make any cheeky remarks about any dimpling in any girly butts, I might add.

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