verb (used with object), wrin·kled, wrin·kling.
verb (used without object), wrin·kled, wrin·kling.
Definition for wrinkle (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for wrinkle
This could signify a lot of things: a renewed drive by labor, or some wrinkle in the tax code that I'm not aware of.
And this "no budget, no pay" wrinkle is bound to be popular.
But there was a wrinkle, meant to distinguish between people at different levels of the income scale.
The implants may stay in place but the skin around it will wrinkle and sag as the loss of subcutaneous fat takes place.
And being perhaps the most famous transsexual in America adds a wrinkle (or an asterisk) to his male experience.
Cavenaugh rubbed his upper lip with his pink finger and made an effort to wrinkle his brows.A Collection of Stories, Reviews and Essays|Willa Cather
Yes, that's very true, but if it isn't sized it will wrinkle in damp weather.A Man's Woman|Frank Norris
They did not add one wrinkle to my ideal of Mrs. Moss: they in no way whatever lessened my desire of seeing her.Mrs. Overtheway's Remembrances|Juliana Horatia Ewing
We fancy we know the coal-dealer from whom they got this wrinkle.
The only difference in them was a wrinkle or two at the corners of the eyes, and a few grey hairs mingling with the brown.The Thorogood Family|R.M. Ballantyne