Ten feet away, Sher scrunched into a quivering ball and began to cry.
She scrunched her nose and leaned in to examine the creases and dark circles that rimmed her eyes.
The most terrifying thing I encounter during my visit is a fat, white Himalayan stray cat with red eyes and a scrunched up face.
Tributes on television are scrunched into ever-shorter segments.
Teddy scrunched his papers, grabbed them with one hand, and without saying another word, sprinted from the Senate chamber.
Suddenly the soles of our boots "scrunched" something underfoot.
The books had tumbled out on the floor: he scrunched a piece of glass under his boot.
Well, it scrunched an' it swished, and it didn't stop, so then I looked around.
Her eyes were all scrunched up now with trying to remember about it.
And she reached across and picked it out of the door and scrunched it up, biting hard and blinking.
[ultimately fr late 16th-century scruze, ''squeeze,'' perhaps a blend of screw and squeeze]