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crease British & World English

A line or ridge produced on paper or cloth by folding, pressing, or crushing

crease English Thesaurus

he always has trousers with creases

the crease in crease British & World English

The position of a batsman during their innings

return crease British & World English

Each of two lines on either side of the wicket, at right angles to the bowling and popping creases, between which the bowler must deliver the ball

bowling crease British & World English

The line from behind which a bowler delivers the ball

popping crease British & World English

A line four feet (1.22 metres) in front of and parallel to the line of the stumps, within which the batsman must keep the bat or one foot grounded to avoid the risk of being stumped or run out

crease-resistant British & World English

Denoting or made of a fabric of a type that does not crease easily when washed or worn

crease up in crease British & World English

Burst out or cause to burst out laughing

crease someone up in crease British & World English

Burst out or cause to burst out laughing