dimple[ dim-puh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF dimple
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIMPLE
He had been only vaguely conscious of the dimple in the night.
It is whispered that if Maria gives her hand to Mr. Dimple, it will be without her heart.
I have the honour to be Mr. Dimple's servant, or, if you please, waiter.
And will you pretend to say now, Mr. Dimple, that you propose to break with Maria?
The reputation of my life does not depend upon the breath of a Mr. Dimple.
It came back to earth smiling, with only a sort of dimple on one of its cheeks.
Certainly her dimple deepened a little as she relinquished the forlorn object.
The glow returned to my wife's cheek, the dimple to the baby's.
It should be mentioned that he had a dimple in his cheek which flashed unexpectedly when he smiled.
It was Rosanna's dream to have a dimple in her thin little cheek.