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crease up

To become creased or wrinkled, as of clothing. After sitting for so long in my suit, the pants are starting to crease up.
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crease something up

to get creases or folds into something that is supposed to be flat; to wrinkle one's clothing. (Very similar to messed up.) You will crease your jacket up if you don't sit up straight. I was sitting so long that I creased up my pants.
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creased

mod. exhausted. What a day. I am totally creased.
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Asad Shafiq is a lot more compact than Azhar and plays mostly from within the crease without much movement of his body.
Blend a darker brown shade 8 over the outer third of the eyelid, going into the crease and blending into the coffee shade.
Ear lobe crease as a marker of coronary artery disease: a meta-analysis.
Determine the correct crease position by picking up the pants at the hem and aligning the inseams and side seams over one another.
English captain should have had a word with Buttler after he was given first warning and Buttler should have stayed in his crease after the first warning.
Crease saw the Wee Gers play in front of a packed Ibrox twice last season in the Third Division.
Mr Crease, who is also a chartered building surveyor, has more than 17 years' experience in the construction industry and has completed building surveying and CDM-C commissions across a variety of sectors, including retail, commercial, defence, industrial and education.
The physical properties of treated fabric of dry crease recovery angle, tear strength and tensile strength after a domestic wash were also evaluated.
Then drag an awl or screwdriver along the straightedge to crease the metal.
The French Revolution, argues Crease, set the stage for the first worldwide system of measurement.
Apart from hitting the back of Alloa's net and preventing their hosts from doing the same, Crease will be hoping his troops do not incur the wrath of the referee after falling foul of a whistler last week.
BERWICK boss Jimmy Crease reckons it's time the club found a new team of legends to match the heroes who floored Rangers in 1967.
Put it on the table with the crease pointing down (like an open book).
He was brought to the crease in only the third over of the day with India, who resumed 256 runs away from victory on 131-1, lost former captain Rahul Dravid to all-rounder Andrew Flintoff.