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dimple in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdimpledim‧ple /ˈdɪmpəl/ noun [countable]  1 DCBHBHa small hollow place on your skin, especially one on your cheek or chin when you smile2 a small hollow place in a surfacedimpled adjective dimpled cheeks
Examples from the Corpus
dimpleElbow of the leg leaves a dimple.The way my cheeks are tickling, I feel I have dimples.In the case of our review unit, the final stage was a sheet of dimple foam.I banged my left cheek off it as I fell, + I now have a permanent dimple to tell the tale.I bet it really got him going seeing my little pink dimples bobbing up and down there.This includes the dimples or partially detached chads that were the subject of so much attention.She smiles, and two dimples appear in her pasty cheeks, still shiny from last night's application of face cream.