having wrinkles or tending to wrinkle; creased; puckery: a wrinkly material.
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How to use wrinkly in a sentence
This pair may have dried too fast, stunting their development and leaving their heads wrinkly, Pollack says.A glimpse inside a gecko’s hand won the 2022 Nikon Small World photo contest | Erin Garcia de Jesús | October 11, 2022 | Science News
It appears a bit like a wrinkly potato, he says — or perhaps an angry minion.
Tissues across the brain’s wrinkly outer layer help people understand language.
A bunch of wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth and make a load of money.Fancy Pants Dance, World Cup Poseurs, and More Viral Videos | Alex Chancey | July 5, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
They merely have to grin and bear it for less than a decade—kiss some wrinkly ass, smile pretty, and pose for pictures.
Something wiggily, and black and yellow and red-spotted with wrinkly legs and a long snaky neck and head.Lulu, Alice and Jimmie Wibblewobble | Howard R. Garis
His coat was smooth and glossy, not rough and wrinkly like Old Rattlers, and his upraised head was small and pretty—for a snake.
Her berries were sour, her fritters wrinkly, her egg-toast smushy.Maybee's Stepping Stones | Archie Fell
Home, and children that need you, and depend on you to keep them alive, and turn to you with their wrinkly little smiles.Main Street | Sinclair Lewis
“I hope thy friends will temper justice with mercy, Isabelle,” he remarked with the wrinkly smile threatening.The Cricket | Marjorie Cooke