[ UK /ɹˈɪŋkli/ ]
  1. marked by wrinkles
    tired travelers in wrinkled clothes
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How To Use wrinkly In A Sentence

  • In the highly unlikely event of being offered TV work now, I would decline rather than inflict my wrinkly bake on viewers.
  • Mr Black's wrinkly face screwed up to such a degree that he looked like a sun dried tomato.
  • Who would want a wrinkly old fellow? The Sun
  • ‘I don't even know what I should be looking for,’ he remarked, turning the wrinkly, yellow, age old pages.
  • My face had little wrinkly lines on it from how much I had cried the night before.
  • She pulled on a light wind jacket to cover her wrinkly shirt and laced up her shoes.
  • She's convinced that no matter how hard she works out, the skin that covers her taut biceps is growing daily more slack and wrinkly.
  • Last I remember of it, it had several torn and wrinkly pages and the cover was folded and worn out.
  • What's erroneous and vigorously ......burning leave wrinkly wrinkly delicate eyebrow, Su destroys the facial expression of snow pale like snow, such of flimsiness.
  • A couple lockers down was a boy, about 5'5, with scruffy brown hair, wearing rumpled blue jeans and a wrinkly white t-shirt, looking as though he'd just fallen out of bed.
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