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  • v. Present participle of scrunch.

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Examples

  • An anxious expression scrunched up her little face and tears threatened to gush out of her round blue eyes.

    Mystery Dad

  • We'll notice as we go out in time here that our icons and our forecast points are kind of scrunched together.

    CNN Transcript Aug 31, 2008

  • Will DuPage (IL) Voters get "scrunched" in early voting? yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Will DuPage (IL) Voters get "scrunched" in early voting?'

    Will DuPage (IL) Voters get "scrunched" in early voting?

  • OpEdNews - Article: Will DuPage (IL) Voters get "scrunched" in early voting?

    Will DuPage (IL) Voters get "scrunched" in early voting?

  • IL: DuPage County - Will DuPage (IL) Voters get "scrunched" in early voting?

    'Daily Voting News' For February 28, 2006

  • In his paper on "Paranormal Metal-Bending" in The Iceland Papers (edited and published by Andrija Puharich), the funniest picture is a photo of a glass globe containing dozens of paper clips that have been paranormally "scrunched" into a wild tangle of twisted wires by "Andrew G," one of Hasted's superkids.

    Parapsychology & Physics

  • To tumble over the edge would have been tantamount to toppling into the jaws of an expectant shark, and getting "scrunched" between no less than six rows of sharp teeth.

    The Ocean Waifs A Story of Adventure on Land and Sea

  • And you'll have three planets - what is called by some a planetary trio, because we're going to have three of them - kind of scrunched them to a little spot in the sky during the first week of August and should make for a very picturesque scene for anyone who's looking in the

    NPR Topics: News

  • Doing the handles as described in the pattern does not give you the "scrunched" look that appears in the line drawings and to a lesser extent in the photos.

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • Most answers were given with a kind of scrunched up face and questioning, apologetic tone.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

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