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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscrunchscrunch /skrʌntʃ/ verb [intransitive] informal  Cif stones, leaves etc scrunch as you walk on them, they make a noisy sound The dry leaves scrunched under our feet.scrunch noun [singular] the scrunch of gravel scrunch something ↔ up→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
scrunchFor volume, simply dry your hair upside down and grab handfuls at the roots, scrunching as you dry.Theresa tried to ignore it, scrunching down her pillow to support her back.Jackie Tiptoe's face was scrunched in concentration.Then, bend and scrunch the paper with the fondant to form a folded cloth appearance.People scrunch their faces and whip their heads here and there.I woke stiff and cold, feeling as though I had been scrunched up like a paper bag.They scrunch up their faces, peering into the haze.