[ UK /ɹˈɪŋkə‍ld/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɪŋkəɫd/ ]
  1. marked by wrinkles
    tired travelers in wrinkled clothes
  2. (of linens or clothes) not ironed
    a pile of unironed laundry
    wore unironed jeans
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How To Use wrinkled In A Sentence

  • Then we ventured out onto the frozen waters of Calriga Bay, where the ice stretched grey and wrinkled to a horizon of low, wooded islands.
  • The last prisoner in the coffle was the tailor, a gray-haired, elderly man with a wrinkled face. The Magic of Krynn
  • But as he neared the crux of his missive, he was suddenly interrupted by a flurry of black tresses and wrinkled muslin rushing into the room.
  • His blue dress uniform was unwrinkled and perfect.
  • The dress got wrinkled
  • The problem is that members are growing older and more wrinkled - and the younger generation do not quite see the point. Times, Sunday Times
  • Do you think we will be awed by the number of nubile, dim-witted, improbably large-breasted young ladies your middle-aged "narrator" sleeps with in the throes of his midlife crisis, after leaving his wrinkled shrew of a wife? Archive 2009-09-01
  • She didn't approach the door but paced the hall, her snub nose wrinkled at the sour smell of urine and smoke.
  • A minute after, the door slowly opened its upper half, and Karen's wrinkled face and white cap and red shortgown were before them. The Hills of the Shatemuc
  • The doctor's wrinkled face crinkled into a broad smile.
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