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  • n. Plural form of pucker.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pucker.


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  • And that for me is the point of the peach and why I hold its qualities above those of the nectarine – the feel of the peach's soft fuzz on lips, the way the skin puckers as I bite, a teasing prelude to the sweet flesh that will follow.

    Tender delights

  • At the very least, it is more than a little unwise to allow nefarious french tailors to undermine the president's credibility by placing suspicious rectangular "puckers" in his clothing.


  • He kind of puckers up his mouth and puts his fingers on it.

    The Man Next Door

  • She puckers her lips so LuAnn can dab on more pink lipstick.

    Spray-Tans in the 70s

  • Pat puckers up his eyes and asks the Lord to make a vacancy!

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • At brief intervals, each head puckers its lips and — like a modern gargoyle — spews a stream of water into the pool.

    The Man With a Thousand Faces

  • This curl gave to him sweetness, as the minute puckers at the corners of the eyes gave him laughter.

    Chapter 1

  • But I say it's time New York tried more color, so I'm pushing for shades of Bordeaux and red on those puckers.

    Napoleon Perdis: Runway to Reality: Makeup Looks Fresh Off the Runway

  • There are no dents, no puckers, no bunching of scar tissue or foreign bodies.

    Lauren Cahn: Living the Dream, 3 Reconstructive Surgeries Later

  • I love the one where he puckers up to represent a dog's butt.

    Boing Boing


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