WordReference English Collocations © 2020
creaseⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- fold to give a [sharp, marked] crease
- [tear, fold] at the crease
- The [shirt, blouse, suit] has creases.
- creases on the [shirt]
- iron out the [shirt] creases
- iron the creases out
- There are creases on the [collar, arm, back].
- The [shirt] is full of creases.
- try to [prevent, avoid] creases
- has creases around her eyes
- has (many) creases on his [face, forehead]
- creases caused by [age, stress, concern, worry]
- His [eyebrows, forehead] formed a crease.
- in the crease of his [mouth, inner arm]
- Creases are appearing on her [skin, face].
- sports: ran up to the bowling crease
- crease the [page, cover, paper]
- crease your [shirt, jacket]
- her [face, cheeks] creased in a smile
- a frown creased his [brow, forehead]
- the [material, fabric] creases easily
- UK: [he, that] creases me up
- UK: [he] makes me crease up
'crease' also found in these entries: