- (especially of the skin) having a wrinkled surface: crepey eyelids.
- like crepe or crepe paper: a thin, crepey skirt.
Origin of crepey
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Examples from the Web for crepy
At nightfall they reached the village of Crepy where they were welcomed eagerly.
Crepy Vivian is the cause and chief abettor of this sudden overthrow of arrangements which he was instructed specially to protect.Secret History of the English Occupation of Egypt
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Joan was away on an expedition to Crepy in Valois, with a small band of three or four hundred brave comrades.A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times
Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot
You could tell that by the backs of his hands; they weren't wrinkled or crepy and the veins didn't protrude.Four-Day Planet
Henry Beam Piper
The Zone Major asked if they might be allowed to go as far as Crepy.
- (esp of the skin) having a dry wrinkled appearance like crepe
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