Puckered in a sentence

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The maiden arched her brows, and puckered her lips.
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The boy looked at him as he ceased his cry, and a curious smile puckered up his face.
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Ruth's forehead puckered into a frown.
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There was a long silence while Charlotte lay still, apparently trying to go to sleep, and Ruth's forehead puckered itself into wrinkles as she wrestled with a weighty problem.
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She had been thinking deeply for some minutes and her smooth forehead was puckered perplexedly as she spoke.
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He had puckered up the edges of the hole like the neck of a bag, and had tied the thread around it.
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Chicken Little puckered her brow for a moment trying to think this out.
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She stood there thinking for several minutes, her brown eyes sober and her forehead puckered into a firm little line.
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Chicken Little puckered up her mouth rebelliously but Pete walked in the door at this moment calling "Chicken Little" so plaintively that she had to pick him up and comfort him.
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The palms and inside of her fingers were white, puckered, and worn.
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Leaving the main road by a driveway, the three horsemen swung through spacious grounds and into a courtyard behind the house, where an old man came shuffling slowly forward, his wrinkled face puckered into a smile of welcome.
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He had a low forehead, small, sharp eyes, puckered about with many wrinkles, and very sharp lips.
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He puckered up his lips.
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He, formed to bear The pelting brunt of the tempestuous night, With half-shut eyes, and puckered cheeks, and teeth Presented bare against the storm, plods on; One hand secures his hat, save when with both He brandishes his pliant length of whip, Resounding oft, and never heard in vain.
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As soon as she was alone she laid back the flannel which lay round the child's head, and examined every inch of its downy poll and puckered face, her warm breath making the tiny lips twitch in sleep as it travelled across them.
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With bent head and puckered eyelids, Guthrie peered under, and read: "Yours, M. C.," written on a space of paper hardly larger than a pin's head.
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The latter, tall-hatted, frock-coated, lavender-trousered, with a cane in his hand and a flower in his button-hole, jumped and dodged wildly to escape the leaping mass, his face puckered with anxiety for the results of his experiment.
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A frown of weariness puckered the brow of Shorty.
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We looked at each other full in the face; after a few moments the muscles of the mouth of him of the hungry look began to move violently, the face was puckered into innumerable wrinkles, and the eyes became half closed.
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Some of the men puckered their lips as if to whistle, but made no sound.
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Examples of Puckered

Example #1
Hitherto it had been taken for granted that Mr. Lord would be ready with subsidy; Horace, in a large, vague way, had hinted that assurance long ago.
Example #2
Would it make any difference?
Example #3
Dale understood him, and responded with a laugh; but no more was said, for Melchior sprang down from the rock which he had made his observatory as lightly as a goat, and came to meet them.
Example #4
There, on that stone, with his back to us.
Example #5
She felt much more like sitting in front of her fire and thinking sad, lonely thoughts.
Example #6
I've just persuaded Mr. Arthur to come down so that you needn't be alone, and perhaps if he comes the once he will every day.