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Verb: scrunch  skrúnch
  1. Make a crushing noise
    "his shoes were scrunching on the gravel";
    - crunch, scranch [dialect], scraunch [dialect], crackle
  2. Press or grind with a crushing noise
    - crunch, cranch, craunch, grind
  3. Squeeze or crush a flat material to make a compact rough ball or fit in a container
    "he scrunched up the letter and threw it";
    - scrunch up, crumple, crumple up
  4. [archaic] Make wrinkles or creases on a smooth surface; make a pressed, folded or wrinkled line in; 'crisp' is archaic
    "The dress got scrunched";
    - wrinkle [archaic], ruckle [archaic], crease [archaic], crinkle [archaic], scrunch up [archaic], crisp [archaic]
Noun: scrunch  skrúnch
  1. A crunching noise

Derived forms: scrunching, scrunches, scrunched

Type of: fold, fold up, make noise, noise, press, resound, turn up