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Verb: pucker  pú-ku(r)
  1. To gather something into small wrinkles or folds
    "She puckered her lips";
    - rumple, cockle, crumple, knit
  2. Draw together into folds or puckers
    - gather, tuck
  3. Become wrinkled or drawn together
    "her lips puckered";
    - ruck, ruck up
Noun: pucker  pú-ku(r)
  1. An irregular fold in an otherwise even surface (as in cloth)
    - ruck

Sounds like: prosepucker, pukka

Derived forms: puckering, puckered, puckers

Type of: bend, crease, crimp, crinkle [archaic], crisp [archaic], flexure, fold, plication, ruckle [archaic], run up, scrunch [archaic], scrunch up [archaic], sew, sew together, stitch, stitch up, wrinkle [archaic]

Encyclopedia: Pucker