British pronunciation/dˈɪmpə‍l/
American pronunciation/ˈdɪmpəɫ/

a small hollow place in the flesh, especially one that forms in the cheeks when one smiles

What is a "dimple"?


A dimple is a small indentation or hollow that forms on the surface of the skin, typically on the cheeks or chin. It is created by a natural variation in the underlying muscles and fat distribution. Dimples are considered a charming and attractive feature, often associated with a youthful and friendly appearance. They are most commonly seen when a person smiles, as the muscles contract and create a noticeable depression in the skin. Dimples can be present from birth or develop over time. They are unique to each individual and add a touch of individuality to their facial structure.


any slight depression in a surface


a chad that has been punched or dimpled but all four corners are still attached


produce dimples while smiling


mark with, or as if with, dimples

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