verb (used with object), creased, creas·ing.
verb (used without object), creased, creas·ing.
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Origin of crease
OTHER WORDS FROM creasecreaseless, adjectivecreaser, nounun·creased, adjective
Words nearby crease
Example sentences from the Web for crease
Unlike folding phones that have bending glass screens, the Duo has two distinct screens separated by a clearly visible air gap at the crease in the middle of the device.Review of the Microsoft Surface Duo folding phone: Very pretty but just how useful is it?|Aaron Pressman|September 10, 2020|Fortune
That zone is a fault line, a crease in the planet floor between the North American plate and the Continental plate.
The parsons have many creases in their surplices, and they shake a fresh ordinance out of every crease.Pretty Michal|Mr Jkai
Our march is to the wickets green,Our home is at the crease.
Last year he could hardly get the ball within a yard of the crease.The Lighter Side of School Life|Ian Hay
Let him iron the table cloth (crease the fold with his thumb nail) so as to make a sharp line when opened.Home Occupations for Boys and Girls|Bertha Johnston
The crease which had appeared so recently between Rupert's eyes deepened.Ralestone Luck|Andre Norton