verb (used with or without object), shriv·eled, shriv·el·ing or (especially British) shriv·elled, shriv·el·ling.
Origin of shrivel
Synonyms for shrivel
Related Words for shrivelleddwindle, wilt, wither, shrink, welter, sear, burn, mummify, contract, parch, desiccate, stale, wrinkle, scorch, fossilize, mummy, wizen
Examples from the Web for shrivelled
Historical Examples of shrivelled
I looked into the shrivelled, but otherwise normal, face of the Indian woman.A Woman Tenderfoot
Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
And he lifted the shrivelled stump of that finger to his lips and kissed it.Father Sergius
The bag was made of shrivelled skin of a dusty brown colour.Lotus Buds
His shrivelled old housekeeper was also nowhere to be found.
Carolina nodded and her shrivelled monkey face was puckered into a smile.Olive in Italy