A novel idea or technique; expedient; trick: Hey, that little gismo is a new wrinkle (1899+)
With its network of cafeterias, Google has added a new wrinkle.
In a new wrinkle, the Fed said it would buy another $40 billion to $45 billion per month of Treasury bonds.
But there is an ugly underbelly to this otherwise charming story and it is not exactly a new wrinkle either.
A fabulous new book, The Siege: 68 Hours inside the Taj Hotel, by Cathy Scott-Clark and Adrian Levy, adds a new wrinkle.
The new wrinkle is that the river of time may whirlpool and even fork.
If it's not a new wrinkle in nuclear fission, it's a gun to shoot around corners and down winding staircases.
Mr. Bernard Shaw put a new wrinkle in the stiffened parchment of Caesar's biography.
Well stroll over to the main grounds and see what new wrinkle these ambitious fellows are getting up.
Like some other things in this Caribbean cruise entourage, this man Goff was a new wrinkle, and a rather astounding one.
"A new wrinkle, that," said the Colonel, as the Sergeant left.