Origin of corrugate
OTHER WORDS FROM corrugatecor·ru·gat·ed, adjectivecor·ru·ga·tor, nounun·cor·ru·gat·ed, adjective
Words nearby corrugate
How to use corrugate in a sentence
It’s a corrugated metal box—a two-stall outhouse with a little wooden flag that you can prop up while using the facilities—and it has a view more than worthy of its name.
After getting transferred away from the park in 2015, Ranger Ross has been letting backcountry campers rent out his off-grid, corrugated metal cabin in the painted desert of Arizona and making them smile ever since.
His face would grow grim, the seam-worn forehead would corrugate, the muscles of his jaw throb nervously.Shandygaff|Christopher Morley
Le Borgne's cheeks corrugate in wrinkles of bronze that leer an evil laugh, and he pretends not to understand.Heralds of Empire|Agnes C. Laut
Yet we had watched his smooth brow furrow and corrugate as under some carking care or devouring sorrow.Moon-Face and Other Stories|Jack London
However, "broad-browed Verulam," let not that brow's breadth cloud or corrugate in vexation at my persiflage.
Flutes, 72 four inches deep, corrugate the beast's underpart from tail to neck.Seven Legs Across the Seas|Samuel Murray