verb (used with object), wrin·kled, wrin·kling.
verb (used without object), wrin·kled, wrin·kling.
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Definition for wrinkle (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for wrinkle
Although the testing system in the United States has worked out some of its initial wrinkles since the pandemic began in full force last spring, it’s still not a well-oiled machine.For $149, this Oakland Airport vending machine dispenses covid tests|Rachel Lerman|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
At the time, the prevailing idea held that mountains formed like wrinkles on the planet as it slowly lost the heat of formation and its surface contracted.How the Earth-shaking theory of plate tectonics was born|Carolyn Gramling|January 13, 2021|Science News
There’s a couple of new wrinkles here and there, but other than that, the biggest hurdle was getting timing with the guys, the speed of the game again, stuff like that.Alex Smith, Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson are listed as questionable for Washington|Nicki Jhabvala|January 2, 2021|Washington Post
The towels absorb the moisture and help remove the wrinkles.
So to reduce wrinkles many manufacturers blend a polymer, such as polyester, with the cotton.
Khan looks youthful—even at 29, she seems like a teen—peeking out from underneath chunky bangs and wrinkling her button nose.
The boss looked up with the little horse-shoe frown wrinkling between his eyes.The Wreckers|Francis Lynde
Mayo stared after her, wrinkling his forehead for a moment, as if he had discovered some new vagary in femininity to puzzle him.
Mr. Fogg took off his hat and mopped his bald spot, wrinkling his eyelids in deep reflection.
All right, I say, observed the stout general, wrinkling up his nose; we all know you are aiming at the ministry.Smoke|Turgenev Ivan Sergeevich
"I really don't see how we are to go to town at all this winter," said Mrs. Jones, wrinkling her pretty forehead.Southern Hearts|Florence Hull Winterburn