Word of the Day: Dimple

dim-ple / ˈdim-pəl   noun  
  1. a small hollow or indentation in a soft spot on the face or body
In the eyes of a lover a pock-marked face is one with pretty dimples. Japanese Proverb  
  1. a depression in a surface
If valleys are the dimples on the face of the earth, as Steven King once said, then Silicon Valley is the deepest, most sparkling dimple of them all. from ‘The Toonies Invade Silicon Valley’ by Betty Dravis, ?-   verb  
  1. to produce a small indentation in something
Golf balls are sweet: dimpled and sometimes even smiling. Steve Rushin, 1966-