adjective, creas·i·er, creas·i·est.
Examples from the Web for creasy
Clothes gets wet, and clothes dries on us, same as un did on the sheep afore us; else they gets stiff and creasy.Erema|R. D. Blackmore
Few students of history, probably, would agree with Prof. Creasy, in restricting the list as he does.
Creasy's masterly survey of the European situation at this period unfolds the Anglo-Spanish complications.
The sharp, clean lines of his face suddenly stood out again under the creasy flesh.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams
His thin, creasy Inverness cape was thrown back, displaying evening dress.The Far Horizon|Lucas Malet