Thesaurus / scrunch

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"Scrunch 'em, sir," returned the other, setting his heel heavily on the floor.

She thought she heard the scrunch of Kate's feet down there, but she was not sure.

The Lookout ManB. M. Bower

There'd be one scrunch and then quite a long pause before the next.

IT and Other StoriesGouverneur Morris

Then suddenly there was a rush and a roar and a yell of voices--and the scrunch of swiftly applied brakes.

The MountebankWilliam J. Locke

They went on like ghostly, silent shadows, only the scrunch of the cones underfoot told of their solidity.

The Night RidersRidgwell Cullum

There was a scrunch as the powerful jaws wrenched the woodwork asunder, leaving a jagged gap two feet across.

Captured at TripoliPercy F. Westerman

No one had ever caught her in his great strong arms in a quick embrace that seemed to scrunch her whole being.

She does not want to listen or talk, she only wants to scrunch betel, and grunt.

Things as They AreAmy Wilson-Carmichael

There was no scrunch of footsteps, the snow muffled all such sounds.

In the Brooding WildRidgwell Cullum

With a scrunch, the train is off again, racing down hill, a blur of steamy vapor like a cloud against the lower hills.

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