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- n. a half-cylindrical or half-conical shaped opening or void in a lapped edge or seam, usually caused by wrinkling or shifting of ply sheets during installation.
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Peake is a bit too angular for the doughy bottle blonde that was Myra Hindley but Sean Harris has precisely Ian Brady's merciless fishmouth, while Matthew McNulty is a perfect fit for Hindley's brother-in-law David Smith, whom Brady had hoped he could draw into their web of cruelty but who instead turned out to be his chief accuser.
She was nice like Paula, but without the drunken fishmouth flopping.
The type of lapel on Bob’s jacket is, I recently learned, called a “fishmouth” lapel.