verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of scrunch
Examples from the Web for scrunch
The goal should not be to terrify the bejesus out of the public, lest they scrunch their noses and give up.
"Scrunch 'em, sir," returned the other, setting his heel heavily on the floor.The Cricket on the Hearth|Charles Dickens
She thought she heard the scrunch of Kate's feet down there, but she was not sure.The Lookout Man|B. M. Bower
There'd be one scrunch and then quite a long pause before the next.IT and Other Stories|Gouverneur Morris
Word Origin for scrunch
1825, "to bite," intensive form of crunch (v.); ultimately imitative. Meaning "to squeeze" is recorded from 1835 (implied in scrunched). Related: Scrunching.