Part of speech:
A habitual, laborious, often tiresome course of action
The definition of a ridge is a long, narrow crest of something.
The act of depressing.
A regular, more or less unvarying procedure, customary, prescribed, or habitual, as of business or daily life
A dull routine
An exercise device consisting of a continuous moving belt on which a person or animal can walk or run while remaining in one place.
(Informal) A laborious task, routine, or study:
The definition of a channel is a waterway, a means of communication and a specific television or radio frequency.
A groove or recess cut in the edge of a board, plank, etc. in such a way that another piece may be fitted into it to form a joint (rabbet joint)
A stretch mark.
The form taken by striae.
A groove or furrow
To furrow is defined as to make a shallow trench or to become wrinkled.
A deep furrow or ditch.
Any deep groove or hole that is considered a blemish
The score is the total number of points received by each team or player, the total amount of points you receive for something or the current or present status of a situation.
A mark resembling a line that is produced by scratching.
The San Fernando Valley in southern California.
A concave or V-shaped cut or indentation in an edge or across a surface
A deep notch, as in the edge of a leaf
A long, straight, narrow cut or opening.
One of a series of curved projections forming an ornamental border.
The definition of a chamfer is a 45 degree sloped or angled corner or edge.
The act of playing the flute or singing, etc. in a flutelike tone
The state of being corrugated.
A heavy cotton fabric with a piled, velvety surface, ribbed vertically
The definition of a pucker is a gathering of wrinkles or small folds.
The definition of a ditch is a long narrow trench or hole dug into the ground.
(Cricket) Any of the lines that mark off the station of the batsman or of the bowler
A series of curls, as of wool fibers.
The lower portion of the wall of a room that is decorated differently from the upper section, as with panels.
A hole or hollow made by excavating
A tall narrow wineglass, often used for champagne.
A recess, as in a border or coastline.
The section of a hair projecting from the surface of the body.
A narrow opening; a groove or slit:
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