creased


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creased

mod. exhausted. What a day. I am totally creased.
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References in classic literature ?
And in this attitude he raised only his eyes, whose lids were darker than his face and very much creased.
Sparsit arouse herself from her reverie, and convey her dense black eyebrows - by that time creased with meditation, as if they needed ironing out-up-stairs.
Said Mrs General in response, crossing her gloved hands (she was never without gloves, and they never creased and always fitted),
His brow was creased with care, and his kindly face was drawn and haggard.
Tear creased section off to leave a square, which must be perfect.
You'll recognize it by its high, creased crown and narrow brim.
Postcards and greeting cards, for example, can now be creased and trimmed automatically, lightening the workload of print-shop workers.
The trousers, although billed as 'non iron', did come out of the wash creased but with none of their fabric quality lost.
The unflattering look was more Nora Batty than Her Majesty as her tights creased around her ankles.