Definition of dimply in US English:

dimply

adjective

  • See dimple

    • ‘My dimply bottomed toddler was rapidly turning into a proper person and I worried that if I didn't make the jump now I would miss out on her childhood.’
    • ‘By detoxifying the skin cells, the seaweed helps to reduce the dimply appearance of cellulite; iodine in the solution boosts the thyroid, which helps to accelerate the fat-burning process.’
    • ‘Puckered, dimply skin on the thighs, hips and buttocks, otherwise known as the dreaded cellulite, remains a mystery on many levels.’
    • ‘Over her bed hung a large framed picture of a beautiful young teenager with a broad, dimply, sparkly smile.’
    • ‘The cute, dimply boy stood at the frame of the door, as the teacher introduced his name.’

Pronunciation

dimply

/ˈdimp(ə)lē/