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Oxford dictionary definition of the word dimple:
a small depression in the flesh, either one that exists permanently or one that forms in the cheeks when one smiles.
a slight depression in the surface of an object:
a new golf ball, with a different dimple pattern
produce a dimple or dimples in the surface of:
rain began to fall, dimpling the water
[no object] form or show a dimple or dimples:
she dimpled at Auguste
(as adjective dimpled)
her dimpled thighs
adjective (dimplier, dimpliest)
Middle English: of Germanic origin; related to German Tümpel ‘pond’