noun see scrunchie

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  • scrunchy — /skrun chee/, n., pl. scrunchies. a small, round elasticized fabric band, used esp. by women to fasten the hair. Also, scrunchie. [1985 90] * * * …   Universalium

  • scrunchy — noun An elastic loop used to tie back the hair …   Wiktionary

  • scrunchy — scrunch|y scrunchie [ˈskrʌntʃi] n plural scrunchies a small circular piece of rubber covered loosely with cloth, which is used for holding hair together in a ↑ponytail …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • scrunchy — n. cloth covered elastic hairband adj. making a loud crunching sound when crushed …   English contemporary dictionary

  • scrunchy — adjective (scrunchier, scrunchiest) making a loud crunching noise when crushed or compressed. noun (also scrunchie) (plural scrunchies) chiefly Brit. a loop of fabric covered elastic used for fastening the hair …   English new terms dictionary

  • scrunchy — scrunch•y or scrunch•ie [[t]ˈskrʌn tʃi[/t]] n. pl. scrunch•ies. clo a round elastic band covered with gathered fabric, used to fasten the hair • Etymology: 1990–95 …   From formal English to slang

  • scrunchy — chē adjective ( er/ est) Etymology: scrunch (I) + y : crunchy …   Useful english dictionary

  • scrunchie — or scrunchy noun (plural scrunchies) Date: 1988 a fabric covered elastic used for holding back hair (as in a ponytail) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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