Definition of pucker in English:

pucker

Line breaks: puck¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈpʌkə
 
/

verb

noun

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Derivatives

puckery

adjective
More example sentences
  • Instead of being nicely tucked away inside my navel, it's now hovering just above, all hyperpigmented and puckery looking.
  • Until the candidates started putting their lips to good, puckery use, I'd mistakenly thought that this year's presidential contest was about two guys with lots of ideas, but no ability to respectively construct single, unifying themes.
  • The skin where the stitches are is red and puckery.

Origin

late 16th century (as a verb): probably frequentative, from the base of poke2 and pocket (suggesting the formation of small purse-like gatherings).

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