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Pucker vs Corrugate - What's the difference?

pucker | corrugate | Related terms |

Pucker is a related term of corrugate.


As verbs the difference between pucker and corrugate

is that pucker is to pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold while corrugate is (of the skin) to wrinkle.

As a noun pucker

is a fold or wrinkle.

As an adjective corrugate is

(obsolete) corrugated; wrinkled; crumpled; furrowed.

Pucker vs Pleat - What's the difference?

pucker | pleat | Related terms |

Pucker is a related term of pleat.


As verbs the difference between pucker and pleat

is that pucker is to pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold while pleat is to form one or more in a piece of fabric or a garment.

As nouns the difference between pucker and pleat

is that pucker is a fold or wrinkle while pleat is (sewing) a fold in the fabric of a garment, usually a skirt, as a part of the design of the garment, with the purpose of adding controlled fullness and freedom of movement, or taking up excess fabric there are many types of pleats, differing in their construction and appearance.

Crumple vs Pucker - What's the difference?

crumple | pucker | Synonyms |

Crumple is a synonym of pucker.


As nouns the difference between crumple and pucker

is that crumple is a crease, wrinkle, or irregular fold while pucker is a fold or wrinkle.

As verbs the difference between crumple and pucker

is that crumple is to rumple; to press into wrinkles by crushing together while pucker is to pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold.

Crinkle vs Pucker - What's the difference?

crinkle | pucker | Related terms |

Crinkle is a related term of pucker.


As verbs the difference between crinkle and pucker

is that crinkle is (ambitransitive) to fold, crease, crumple, or wad while pucker is to pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold.

As nouns the difference between crinkle and pucker

is that crinkle is a wrinkle, fold, crease or unevenness while pucker is a fold or wrinkle.

Pucker vs Rumple - What's the difference?

pucker | rumple | Related terms |

Pucker is a related term of rumple.


As verbs the difference between pucker and rumple

is that pucker is to pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold while rumple is to make wrinkled, particularly of fabric.

As a noun pucker

is a fold or wrinkle.

Crease vs Pucker - What's the difference?

crease | pucker | Synonyms |

Crease is a synonym of pucker.


As nouns the difference between crease and pucker

is that crease is a line or mark made by folding or doubling any pliable substance; hence, a similar mark, however produced or crease can be while pucker is a fold or wrinkle.

As verbs the difference between crease and pucker

is that crease is to make a crease in; to wrinkle while pucker is to pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold.

Pucker vs Ruffle - What's the difference?

pucker | ruffle | Synonyms |

Pucker is a synonym of ruffle.


As verbs the difference between pucker and ruffle

is that pucker is to pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold while ruffle is .

As a noun pucker

is a fold or wrinkle.

Pucker vs Gather - What's the difference?

pucker | gather | Synonyms |

Pucker is a synonym of gather.


As verbs the difference between pucker and gather

is that pucker is to pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold while gather is to collect; normally separate things.

As nouns the difference between pucker and gather

is that pucker is a fold or wrinkle while gather is a plait or fold in cloth, made by drawing a thread through it; a pucker.

Line vs Pucker - What's the difference?

line | pucker | Related terms |

Line is a related term of pucker.


As nouns the difference between line and pucker

is that line is line while pucker is a fold or wrinkle.

As a verb pucker is

to pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold.

Pucker vs Tuck - What's the difference?

pucker | tuck | Synonyms |

Pucker is a synonym of tuck.


As verbs the difference between pucker and tuck

is that pucker is to pinch or wrinkle; to squeeze inwardly, to dimple or fold while tuck is (lb) to pull or gather up (an item of fabric).

As nouns the difference between pucker and tuck

is that pucker is a fold or wrinkle while tuck is an act of tucking ; a pleat or fold or tuck can be (archaic) a rapier, a sword or tuck can be the beat of a drum or tuck can be food, especially snack food.

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