verb (used with object), creased, creas·ing.
verb (used without object), creased, creas·ing.
- create a scene,
Origin of crease1
or crease, kris
Origin of creese
Examples from the Web for crease
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
Word Origin for crease
1660s, altered from creaste "a ridge," perhaps a variant of crest, via meaning "a fold in a length of cloth" (mid-15c.) which produced a crest. As a verb, from 1580s. Related: Creased; creasing.