scrunches

[ skruhnch, skroo nch ]SEE DEFINITION OF scrunches

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His javelin He leans on and scrunches with firm step a passage the bristling Grim ice fields across!

WORD ORIGIN

1825, "to bite," intensive form of crunch (v.); ultimately imitative. Meaning "to squeeze" is recorded from 1835 (implied in scrunched). Related: Scrunching.

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